A new survey out of the United Kingdom finds that, despite their apparent absorbtion in digital devices, young people still seem to like their books in printed form. Meanwhile, The New York Times examines the curious "staying power" of the book. Guest post by Anthony Rebora.
A book written by architects, furniture designers, and graphic designers suggests principles of school design to improve teaching and learning.
BookMarks is taking a short break and will be back soon.
New coverage of classroom management, including practical advice for and from teachers, from Education Week Teacher and Education Week Press.
A new book explores the impact of new technology on young people's self-presentation and creative expression.
A new book by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis proposes "apps" as a framework for understanding a new generation of youth.
The Clinton Global Initiative plans to improve global literacy by providing books and digital resources to 10 million children worldwide by 2016.
Two nonprofits are the inaugural winners of the recently funded David M. Rubenstein and American Literacy Prizes.
Diane Ravitch, the scholar, education pundit, and former assistant U.S. secretary of education, published a new book this week that is garnering a range of responses from the education community and beyond.
Huzzah, book fans! This weekend marks one of the biggest celebrations of literature in the country: the Library of Congress' 2013 National Book Festival.