A new report finds that even the boldest strategies for improving teacher quality, by themselves, won't affect schooling for most students.


A study of 81,000 New York City teachers offers new insights on which teachers apply for transfer and which ones get hired.


Researchers find that giving books to poor kids helps reduce learning losses over the summer.


The U.S. Department of Education's annual statistics compendium says racial and ethnic gaps in bachelor's-degree attainment have grown.


A report by Ball State University suggests that funding disparities between charter schools and public schools are persistent.


A study finds that a now-defunct California program that offered teachers $20,000 to teach for four years in low-performing schools succeeded but at a somewhat hefty price.


Researchers find that bacteria found in soil can boost cognitive performance in mice and make them more relaxed.


Today's offering includes tidbits on some unusual research-related competitions in education.


The primary trade group for the software and digital-content industry has new guidelines for studies used to evaluate its products.


Findings from a long-running federal study of more than 1,300 children finds that the effects of child care, both good and bad, are surprisingly enduring.


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