Research from the American Institutes of Research and the HOPE Foundation suggest schools can adapt to changing student demographics by rapidly identifying and expanding successes in individual schools and classrooms.
A new study suggests that interactive teaching can improve students' engagement and learning even in very large classes.
Leadership panel in Chicago will seek real innovation in class size and school time research.
The Education Department has released its final request for proposals for the next iteration of the regional educational laboratories.
A new collection from civil rights attorney William L. Taylor at George Washington University highlights the connection between education research and education advocacy.
A third of students who graduated from the 8th grade at two of KIPP's middle schools 10 or more years ago earned a four-year college degree, according to a report released by the Knowledge is Power Program, or KIPP, network of charter schools today.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released the most detailed information to date about how far Americans get in the education system.
Comedian Stephen Colbert and a panel of education celebrity judges will honor researchers who come up with the best data-mining or education application based on a new database.
The Education Department's research agency and national research organizations will hold workshops to help researchers boost their study rigor then they don't have the money or capacity for a fully randomized experiment.
Incoming teachers believe neuroscience has the potential to improve their practice, according to new research, but there remain a lot of misconceptions about what science of the brain really proves about learning.