How are teacher pension decisions and toddler marshmallow-eating habits alike? Both may depend on trust.
A German study finds boosting artificial sunlight in morning classes may help students concentrate.
Wealthier kids are more likely to use stimulants in response to academic pressures, according to a new study.
But young children still wriggle too much for clear brain scans on a widespread basis.
A new open-access journal is intended to respond to gaps in the publishing of education research.
Even young children watch what adults argue about, and it changes their behavior, a new study finds.
If you are trying to improve math and reading for English-language learners, look for great teachers overall, not just ELL teachers.
A new report by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools finds states' charter laws and implementation don't always align well.
U.S. Census data shows nearly 1 million fewer high school graduates enrolled in college in 2013 than in 2011.
A new study found that black women and men are less likely to think of STEM fields as more masculine, and black women are more interested in pursuing STEM majors.