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A new academic journal aims to make brain and behavioral research more directly usable for policymakers and practitioners.


A new national study finds young adults at the end of their K-12 academic careers face just as critical a developmental window as young children starting school.


The U.S. Department of Education wants advice on what to evaluate next.


James D. Anderson, a top education-policy historian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, calls for education and voting equity in the 2014 Brown v. Board of Education lecture in education research, sponsored by the American Educational Research Association.


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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.


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