The next iteration of ESEA may encourage more diverse types of research in education policy, but state capacity will be key.
The 2016 Grawemeyer Award in Education honored a 30-year study of poverty and education.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has just released its annual "Education at a Glance" report, an encyclopedic collection of education-related statistics across 46 countries, and the new numbers show the United States trailing the world in preschool education.
A new Google/Gallup study finds more girls lack confidence in the field, but too many of either gender think computer science equals Internet searches.
A four-year study finds English-learners and native English speakers alike improved significantly in bilingual schools.
A focus on students' deficits can lead to unequal access to meaningful content, two new reports argue.
Low-achieving students of color may be overrated by teachers, while top-performing minority students are given short shrift.
English language-learners who enter kindergarten with a basic grasp of academic language, "either in their primary language or in English," are more likely over time to be reclassified as former ELLs, a new analysis has found.
Community groups and sports not connected to school can help students stay more connected academically during a critical transition period, according to a study of low-income students in New York City.
An advisory board meeting planned for this week has been put off until November.