The full House appropriations committee voted to approve a proposal for boost federal funds for educational research and development to $199.2 million for next year. Next stop: the House floor.
By age 5, children who were exposed in utero to high levels of air pollutants scored an average of four to five points lower on IQ tests than children with less exposure, a new study says.
A study out this week shows that disparities in cognitive abilities can show up in children as young as nine months old.
Harvard and the University of Nebraska got $10 million each to operate new federal research centers—one on teacher effectiveness and the other on rural education—for the next five years.
After plans for its May meeting were dashed, the board that advises the federal Institute for Education Sciences announces plans for a July meeting
Classroom noise makes certain sounds harder to distinguish for some children, a study says.
Researchers surveying parents in Washington and Denver, Colo., found that transportation difficulties prevent as many as a quarter of families from choosing the schools they prefer...
A blogger makes the case for replacing large, national experiments on what works in schools with dozens of smaller, less expensive local experiments.
The study focuses on 8th and 9th graders, who are among the most motivationally challenged of all age groups when it comes to schoolwork.
Student-mobility rates may be on the rise, but two new papers suggests researchers have much to learn about how school moves affect students' well being.