Moving from arresting students to civil citations and alternative programs can help reduce both youth crime and racial disparities in discipline, according to a new study.
June 2018 Archives
Matthew Soldner will step in as commissioner of the National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance.
A massive new research analysis finds that formal education remains "the most consistent, robust, and durable method yet to be identified for raising intelligence."
The Every Student Succeeds Act calls for states to take a bigger lead in helping districts use education research to improve schools, but many states have limited capacity.
Though much of the parent involvement research focuses on mothers, emerging studies show involved fathers can significantly improve their children's educational progress, too.
The researcher will head up research related to community colleges at Teachers College at Columbia University.
Nationwide, boys score better than girls on math tests, and girls outperform boys in reading. But those gender gaps aren't universal; in fact, a new Stanford University study suggests the size and the direction of these gaps vary from one school district to another.
English-Learners Aren't 'Perpetually Struggling,' We Just Aren't Gauging Their Progress, Study Finds
The gaps between multilingual and English-only students have been closing faster than you think, finds a new study.
The final federal evaluation of the $1.4 billion Investing in Innovation grant program finds relatively few programs combined tight implementation, careful evaluation, and significant benefits for students.
With half of the world's adults expected to be nearsighted by 2050, a new genetic study links schooling to earlier vision problems.
Amid mounting evidence that recess can help support student learning, health, and social skills, researchers are taking a closer look at what a "high quality" recess looks like.
The percentage of U.S. teachers who miss more than 10 days of class per year is up in the most recent federal data, according to a new Education Week analysis.
A new study finds one intervention cut early absenteeism by 15 percent by correcting common parent misconceptions about attendance.
Research on Special Education, Career-Tech Ed., and Research Partnerships Sought by Education Department
The Institute of Education Sciences, the research agency for the U.S. Education Department, put out calls for a bevy of new research projects for fiscal 2019,