A new study suggests helping teenagers understand how people change in different situations can reduce their own hostility.


Charters struggle as much as traditional public schools to keep their best teachers and get rid of ineffective ones.


Thomas Armstrong, executive director of American Institute for Learning and Human Development, will discuss neurodiversity in a Web chat at 4 p.m.


The National Academy of Education announced a dozen education researchers will join its ranks.


Mathematica Policy Research has launched a new center to study education in the most challenging communities internationally.


Social skills training can improve social and emotional development for special-needs children, according to a new review by the What Works Clearinghouse.


A New Hampshire mentoring program helps high school students make the transition to college.


The American Educational Research Association has released an international compendium of research on ways to teach environmental education.


A child's ability to understand and manipulate sets of numbers in 1st grade predicts how well he or she will succeed in the math required both in secondary school and for day-to-day living, according to a study published in the current online edition of the journal PLOS One


Research partnerships are evolving to be more engaging and responsive to districts, according to a new report by the William T. Grant Foundation.


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