An article in Sunday's New York Times Magazine explores the state of research on how to teach.
A survey shows that most students found their high school guidance counselors to be unhelpful in choosing college or a career.
The Institute of Education Sciences is looking for proposals for studies to find in special education, cognition, educational technology, teacher quality, and other areas.
A roundup of studies examining the impact of television, video games and computers on children and teenagers.
A new federal regional laboratory report finds much variation in four sets of standards on what students need to know in language arts to be ready for college.
A working paper finds that students fare better at a Massachusetts charter school affiliated with the Knowledge is Power or KIPP program.
Some long-empty spots on a board that advises the U.S. Department of Education on research matters may soon be filled.
A new study finds that living in poverty before age 5 is linked to lower earnings 30 or more years later.
First graders who are retained for another year enjoy some short-term social and psychological benefits, a new study shows, but some of those advantages evaporate later.
The federal What Works Clearinghouse weighs in on a newsmaking, 16-state study that gave students in traditional schools a learning edge over their charter school counterparts.