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August 20, 2014

Language Skills Can Shape Children's Impulse Control, Research Says

Can limited vocabulary silence the better angels of students' nature? New research suggests poor speech skills may cause later behavior problems.

August 07, 2014

How Can Teachers Build on Gifted, Hyperactive Students' Strengths?

New studies provide insight into ways to help students with attention deficits succeed academically.

July 23, 2014

Is Your School Looking Out for Students After Trauma? How Long After?

Parent death can lead to higher risk of their children struggling or even dying into young adulthood, but longterm support for students in schools can be spotty.

June 13, 2014

Unmarried with Children: Fatherhood in the Inner City

A pair of Johns Hopkins researchers explore why low-income men father children outside of marriage.

April 18, 2014

Parental Incarceration Has Worsened Disparities Between Black, White Children

A book by two scholars examines the impact of the "prison boom" on children, and shows the disproportionate effects parental imprisonment has had on black youngsters.

December 06, 2013

It's Not How Many Kids You Have, But How Well You Teach Them, Study Finds

Americans of every state and stripe are having fewer children, et a new international study suggests the trend may only improve the U.S. economy if the country also better educates the children we do have.

December 05, 2013

Social, School Relationships Can Affect Teenagers' Sleep Habits

A new University of Cincinnati study finds parents, peers, and school environment are more likely to predict a teenager's sleep habits than puberty alone.

September 19, 2012

Researchers: Limit Tuna Servings at School, Home

Too much mercury, which tuna may contain large amounts of, can lead to the impairment of cognitive thinking, memory, attention, language, and fine motor and visual spatial skills in children, whose brains are still developing.

July 11, 2012

Study: Students Don't Look to the Right When They Lie

A University of Edinburgh study finds that contrary to popular belief, the direction of eye movements does not show whether or not a student is lying.

June 27, 2012

Study: Sharing Attention Can Improve Language for Autistic Students

A new University of California, Los Angeles study finds that teaching autistic preschoolers to share attention during play can improve their language skills five years later.

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