Nearly 15,000 education research addicts are en route to Chicago this week for the annual American Educational Research Association conference.
The William T. Grant Foundation's 2015 scholars launch new studies on issues related to education, family, and immigration.
For young adolescents, peers' views on the risk of an activity can be more important than their own, a new study suggests.
Homework improves students' math and science performance, up to a point. But many students may go over that point, a new study finds.
An unusual series of experiments with robots and toddlers suggests our posture can play a role in memory.
The former head of IES confirms he has been fired as director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institute.
A new analysis peels back common wisdom about why boys may lag girls in reading achievement.
Leaders in New Orleans' charter school system face constant pressure to increase enrollment, though few are employing strategies that substantially improve their schools, a new study finds.
The funding agency releases a new plan to speed up public access to research.
Most urban charter schools are not "pushing out" students with special needs to improve scores, finds a new Stanford University study.