An initiative aimed at opening up honors classes to a wider range of students is beginning to show some signs of success, according to an evaluation presented at this month's AERA conference.
April 2015 Archives
The Foundation is expected to continue the coalition's support of research on the effectiveness of education policy.
Americans are pretty happy, in comparison with the rest of the world, but a new international report suggests the United States needs to do more to support child mental health.
Recreational marijuana tax revenues have failed to generate as much revenue as promised for Colorado schools, a new analysis finds.
A new research initiative aims to find the most critical vocabulary needed for reading, mathematics, science, and social studies.
A teacher's ethnicity may affect how well students learn self-control from her, finds a new study.
The National Research Council announced plans to update a landmark study of learning science.
Nearly 15,000 education research addicts are en route to Chicago this week for the annual American Educational Research Association conference.
The William T. Grant Foundation's 2015 scholars launch new studies on issues related to education, family, and immigration.
For young adolescents, peers' views on the risk of an activity can be more important than their own, a new study suggests.