A Congressional spending deal includes a few boosts for education research.
The path to the superintendency seems to differ for men and women, an AASA study finds.
Across the board, teachers report feeling less in control of many aspects of day-to-day teaching.
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.