The school systems that perform the best on international tests have something in common: they take a systemic approach to recruiting, training, and deploying school leaders, according to a new report.
The move to middle school can be a rougher adjustment for students who were high achievers at their elementary schools, finds a new study.
Seven years after a massive infusion of cash to reform Newark, N.J., schools, students have grown in reading achievement. But much of that growth came from shifting student enrollment, not improving schools overall, a new study suggests.
2017 MacArthur Fellow explores how students' social relationships can boost or undermine schools' efforts to stop bullying.
Teachers are less likely than noneducators to believe the achievement gap between black and white students is caused by black students' "lack of motivation," but they may still think of Asian students as "model minorities."
A new study raises questions about preschool's ability to narrow the achievement gap.
How early should young children be screened for autism? How do girls with autism spectrum disorders differ from boys? New research projects are digging deeper into how we identify and support children with autism spectrum disorders.
A first look at new federal data on parent involvement suggests a disconnect between parents' expectations and school outcomes.
National Science Teachers Association project shows the potential to teach through engaging students in research.
The researcher plans to use the prize money to perfect curriculum materials for teachers who want to help their students develop a belief in their own ability to improve their learning.