Young people without education in financial literacy were about half as likely to save for emergencies as adults, according to a new study.
Education researchers discuss a new longitudinal study on the effects of drug use at the quarterly meeting of the Education Department's research advisory board.
The federal research and development program looks for more interventions to scale.
Federal data highlights deep disparities in college attainment.
Researchers at the Association for Psychological Science find online searches may affect the way students remember and think about what they learn.
All those teachers who collect mobile phones at the beginning of class may be onto something.
A cheating scandal in the Atlanta district disproportionately hurt black students and drove enrollment in charter schools, a new study finds.
An initiative aimed at opening up honors classes to a wider range of students is beginning to show some signs of success, according to an evaluation presented at this month's AERA conference.
The Foundation is expected to continue the coalition's support of research on the effectiveness of education policy.
Americans are pretty happy, in comparison with the rest of the world, but a new international report suggests the United States needs to do more to support child mental health.