In an increasingly interconnected world, a new national report summarizes what decades of research tell us about how students' culture and connections shape how they learn.
Research presented at the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society suggests educators can learn more about how to target summer interventions by tracking students who keep pace over the summer.
At the International Mind-Brain Education Conference, cognitive researcher Sarah Watamura argues for a new approach to educating students who have experienced trauma.
While young teen parents are on the decline, a new study finds more educational supports are needed for older teenagers and young adults with children.
The latest annual report of federal data on child health and well-being finds some positive signs for U.S. children.
Adolescents show mixed opinions over gender equality in recent survey.
If you want young children to stick to a tough task, framing it as a positive part of their identity may motivate them at first, but may backfire when they run into challenges.
Even short suspensions can add up to big losses of instruction, particularly for students of color and special education students, according to researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Mischel's landmark research on self-control helped shape the modern school approach to social-emotional learning and student motivation.
The latest Education at a Glance report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development finds that 48 percent of young U.S. adults had completed a higher degree in 2017. That's about the global average, but individual states fell far ahead or behind the curve.