Researchers from Yale University offer evidence to counter the argument that removing junk food from school vending machines will cause kids to eat twice as much of it at home.
A new study examines lessons from five years of restructuring under the No Child Left Behind Act.
The current issue of the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk offers interesting evaluations of the Superkids reading program and Baltimore's high school improvement efforts.
A study by the National Center for Education Statistics finds that only about a fifth of eligible students are getting free tutoring services under the federal No Child Left Behind law.
The author of a new report on charter management organizations asked to have his name withdrawn from the final product.
A new study by a Swiss reseacher suggests that one way to ease children's loneliness in school might be through encouraging class participation.
Here are some free studies of education research that may be easier to digest than the pumpkin pie.
Two federal education officials, in a national education blog, call for ideas on how the federal government can effectively nurture innovation, research, development, and dissemination in education.
The University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education unveils what may be the first business-plan competition geared to educational entrepreneurship.
A new commercial software program draws on brain science to teach children that they can get smarter if they work harder.