The results of a new Education Week Research Center survey suggest that social and emotional learning has staked a claim in schools but that challenges remain.
June 2015 Archives
A Massachusetts-based program has taken aim at curbing high stress levels among millennials and is having some early success, according to researchers.
The National Center for Education Statistics tracks how students who started high school in 2009 have fared in the years since.
Researchers can highlight education leaders who understand how to partner on studies.
A new federal guide offers school officials and researchers ways to structure new measures of students' socioeconomic status.
A new report tries to take hot education research terms on social-emotional intelligence and create a coherent guide for practitioners.
A Utah study suggests the main benefit for Advanced Placement students comes for those who complete and pass the test.
More than 40 percent of graduates with an associate degree go on to earn a bachelor's degree, finds a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Can a more sophisticated version of a child's sorting game boost students' science understanding?
A new federal research study works to pinpoint areas of the brain used for listening, speaking, and paying attention, and how they change as a child grows.
A new evaluation shows promising results for a program pairing young adults with students in high-poverty schools.
Young people without education in financial literacy were about half as likely to save for emergencies as adults, according to a new study.
Education researchers discuss a new longitudinal study on the effects of drug use at the quarterly meeting of the Education Department's research advisory board.
The federal research and development program looks for more interventions to scale.