If you can think all the way back to 2011 you may remember Amy Chua, the Yale professor and "Tiger Mom" who set your Facebook feed on fire with a book excerpt that argued for maniacally strict parenting lest your kid become a massive failure. Well, she's back and she's coming for us all. »
China now "has more self-made female billionaires than any other country in the world," writes infamous "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua in a recent Newsweek article profiling four Chinese lady tycoons. "This is not only because China has more females than any other nation. Many of these extraordinary women rose from nothing, despite… »
Another Chinese-American mom — this one also a psych researcher — has come forward to challenge Amy Chua's famous/infamous suggestion that "tiger" parenting is the best way to raise successful kids. Shockingly, she says moderation is actually best. »
It would seem that Time's "100 Most Influential People" (or at least their guests) included Ann Coulter, Sandra Lee, and, um, the Tiger Mom. So, were their fashion choices equally...noteworthy?
Dissatisfied with standardized testing in schools, some parents are taking their kids out of the game. But this does a disservice to everybody else. »