Episode 766

Robert Pondiscio is a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute


March 3rd, 2022

31 mins 35 secs

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We discussed his article about how American public education is convincing our children the world is a bleak dark place they are responsible for fixing. Robert Pondiscio is the author of How the Other Half Learns (Avery, 2019).

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  • The Unbearable Bleakness of American Schooling - Robert Pondiscio, Commentary Magazine — The mental landscape of American childhood is very different today. By any reasonable measure, the world is safer and more stable than at any time in living memory. Adults could hardly be more active in children’s lives, but at the same time we seem less inclined to play a reassuring role. This is particularly true in schools, where curricula and school culture seem nearly to revel in the bad and the broken, suggesting to children that they have suffered the great misfortune to have been born into a country that is racist to its core, whose founding documents were lies when written, and where democracy is hanging by a thread.