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April 23, 2012

Atom-Based Sensor Could Help Children's Brain Research

A new atom-based sensor could improve brain imaging studies of children.

April 20, 2012

Is Television the New Secondhand Smoke?

children ages 8 months to 8 years are exposed to nearly four hours each day of television playing in the background,according to a new University of Pennsylvania study.

April 19, 2012

More Sun Won't Boost Kids' Academic Performance, Study Says

Vitamin D, linked to improved thinking in adults, does not improve children's academic performance, according to a new study in Epidemiology and Community Health.

April 19, 2012

Federal Head Start Study to Be Extended

Federal researchers studying the effectiveness of Head Start's social and emotional instruction have asked for more time to follow up with children and parents in the program.

March 09, 2012

Study Finds 'Bubble Student' Triage a Gut Reaction to Rising Standards

A new University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill study finds rising state standards, mixed with federal accountability, does lead to educational triage—but the effect seems to be short-lived.

December 29, 2011

New Faces Among Contract Winners for Regional Educational Labs

The next iteration of the nation's regional educational laboratory system will have some new faces.

December 13, 2011

Online Algebra I Class Can Boost Rural Students' Access, Skills

Online algebra classes can bridge the gap for rural students who are ready for advanced math but whose schools lack the resources for a formal class, according to the first federal longitudinal study of online algebra instruction.

December 12, 2011

Researchers Probe 'Myths' Around Math Gender Gap

Comparisons of recent international test data undermine the evidence for several of the hypothesized causes of the math achievement gap between boys and girls, according to a new analysis in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society.

December 09, 2011

Neuroscience Ed. Winner Finds Cognitive Training Helps Parents, Students

Helen Neville has won the 2011Transforming Education Through Neuroscience award for studies suggesting parent training can compound cognitive improvements for children receiving attention interventions.

December 07, 2011

Study: Middle-Class Students Are Better at Asking for Academic Help

A new study of working- and middle-class students suggests their ability to seek academic help from adults can affect their performance and how teachers view them.

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