A quick glance at the Obama administration's 2011 budget request reveals some spending increases for research, development, and evaluation.
The American Institute for Economic Research reports that costs for education-related products and services grew at three times the inflation rate over the last 20 years.
The President, in his State of the Union address, reiterated his support for community college but a study shows that low-income students have a better chance of graduating in private, career colleges.
A study in Science Daily finds that ambidextrous children are more likely than right- or left-handed children to have school difficulties.
The Spencer Foundation's Paul Goren will replace John Q. Easton at the Consortium on Chicago School Research.
A researcher finds evidence that a policy change in Chicago Public Schools may have helped cut down on teacher absenteeism.
The more anxious a teacher is about math, the more likely girls were to believe negative stereotypes about females' math abilities, a new study says.
A new paper outlines a plan for states and districts to figure out early whether students are track for college and careers track and how to help them get there.
A new study examines what it takes for students to get into "competitive" colleges.
A study published today in Science Daily suggests that teenagers who are burned out on school tend to have parents who are burned out on work.