As states try to meet new data collection and reporting requirements under ESSA, a new study suggests they need to help teachers and the public understand the changes.
Students in China and India see science as a communal activity more than U.S. students do, and a new study suggests it boosts their interest in science careers.
The professional climate of a school can create a "vicious cycle" of burnout and attrition among young teachers, a new study finds.
The complexity of reading passages can differ significantly across tests in the same grade level, a new study shows.
All schools will soon have to report advanced achievement for their students. But the percentage of schools that offer programs for advanced students varies a lot from state to state.
As schools shift to programs that rely on massive student data, one researcher questions how that changes the structure of decisions in education.
The House education committee tried to restart the long-delayed updates of federal laws governing education research and student data privacy at a hearing Wednesday morning which showed the deep tension between districts' need for strong, fast research and parents' concerns about data security.
In two separate evaluations of state voucher programs, students entering private schools had a rough academic transition.
Toddlers paid more attention to storytime when parents used a digital format.
What if one set of middle school writing exercises could help change disadvantaged students' likelihood of attending college?