Adding figures of people to classic tests of spatial perception significantly closed gender gaps, a new study finds.

Graduation rates topped 83 percent in the 2014-15 school year.

A community-wide research project in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hopes to find ways to counter implicit bias that may undermine school discipline reform.

A new study finds more evidence of disparities in corporal punishment for boys, students of color, and students with disabilities.

An estimated 30 percent of K-12 students are exposed to unhealthy levels of toxic polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, through common building materials found in schools, according to a pair of reports released Wednesday.

En the 1940s, the financial returns on education for mob-affiliated men was higher than it was for some other groups of men living in the same era, a study finds.

Keeping low-income, struggling schools up-to-date with textbooks can give a boost to reading and math performance.

"What's the only thing worse than being the new kid in 8th grade? Being the new kid in 6th grade." It's not a joke; it's the latest research on how school grade structure affects students.

Cleveland is ahead of the curve with regard to the Every Student Succeeds Act's new evidence requirements and its newly released guidance on how to apply research to school improvement.

New federal guidance on using research to improve schools says district leaders and researchers alike have to think more about who benefits from an intervention and how.

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