Are you smarter than a teacher in 1966? Take this real test, taken from the "Equality of Educational Opportunity" report, to find out how you fare.
Classical Disney princesses like Cinderella and Snow White have long been staples of early-childhood entertainment in Western culture, but new research suggests that exposure to Disney royalties perpetuates female gender-stereotypical behaviors in both girls and boys.
Teachers who enter the classroom without traditional education degrees tend to leave it faster, finds a new study.
Close attention to early warning signs in middle school can help students stay on track to graduate, but does less to help students who are already struggling, a new study finds.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation's annual Kids Count Data Book cites improvements for teens, but notes that minorities still lag in several areas compared to their white peers.
Exposure to a Superfund site before birth is tied in a study to developmental, behavioral, and academic challenges for children.
Jerome Seymour Bruner, one of the primary drivers of the "cognitive revolution" in psychology in the 1960s and an active scholar, died June 5, at 100 years old.
Just who is included in the massive new federal civil rights data collection on schools?
The postponement of the National Assessment of Education Progress trend study has raised red flags for some researchers looking for a constant student learning measure in an era of changing assessments.
Why don't more homeless and foster students get through college? Financial aid rules hurt, rather than help, vulnerable students get a fresh start, finds a new federal report.