The 2017 Condition of Education highlights homelessness and the effects of preschool poverty.
May 2017 Archives
When it comes to the federal budget for research, "Flat is the new up."
The ease or difficulty of finding information is one of the factors that can shape how parents choose schools.
Depending on how you look at it, the $100 million Education Innovation and Research grant program would either get more than triple the funding under the White House's proposed fiscal 2018 budget ... or flat funding ... or maybe a small cut.
The Institute of Education Sciences escapes mostly unscathed in President Donald Trump's proposed budget for fiscal 2018, but education research in other agencies faces cuts.
The National Academy of Education is urging researchers to talk more about data, and question more how companies get large data collections.
The skills needed for technical careers have changed significantly, and education programs need to do more to support evolving technical education, according to a mammoth new report on career education by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
The mobile education technology cart might be edging out the computer lab in many districts, according to a new analysis by the Education Week Research Center.
Pairing adult education for parents with early learning for their children shows some promising signs to help families out of poverty, according to one Oklahoma study.
Research and child advocacy groups have signed onto a letter opposing the change.
But new research on chronic absenteeism reveals a lot of surprising details can make a difference in whether students make it to class.
What does it mean to be an adult? New federal data show today's young people focus on educational, not social milestones.
Getting more students to be physically active at least three times a day could pay off in billions of dolars in health care savings, a new study shows.
As part of a fiscal 2017 budget deal, Congress has forbid the use of randomized, controlled trials in new evaluations of the District of Columbia's school voucher program, the only one that is federally funded.
As states and districts work to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act, six California districts who received federal waivers under the Obama administration are getting the first hints of how more holistic accountability systems might work.