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August 01, 2017

Are We Losing Play Without a 'Purpose'?

A new Gallup poll finds parents prefer structured play and sports over free play, and may feel the need to "fill up" their children's time.

May 12, 2017

Early Signs of Benefits for Boosting Parent-Child Education

Pairing adult education for parents with early learning for their children shows some promising signs to help families out of poverty, according to one Oklahoma study.

May 02, 2017

AERA: Early Results in California's CORE Districts Give Lessons for ESSA

As states and districts work to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act, six California districts who received federal waivers under the Obama administration are getting the first hints of how more holistic accountability systems might work.

February 03, 2017

School Climate: For Middle Schoolers, Connection Can Drive Math and Reading

A sustained, positive school climate may help middle schoolers keep on track in math and reading.

December 21, 2016

Hey, Kids: If Batman Can Finish His Homework,You Can, Too!

Young children mimicking the Caped Crusader and other famously persistent characters were able to stay focused longer, despite distractions.

July 20, 2016

Growth Mindset: How Much Can It Counter Poverty's Damage?

Students in poverty are less likely that others to have a growth mindset, but those who do can be more resilient to poverty's effects, a new study finds.

June 30, 2016

'Mirror, Mirror on the Wall ...' or Should Young Children Look Away?

Classical Disney princesses like Cinderella and Snow White have long been staples of early-childhood entertainment in Western culture, but new research suggests that exposure to Disney royalties perpetuates female gender-stereotypical behaviors in both girls and boys.

February 01, 2016

Video Feedback Helps Stressed Parents Learn to Be More Positive With Their Kids

Adding a parenting review to regular pediatric check-ups may boost parents' mood and toddlers behavior and attention, a new study finds.

December 23, 2015

'Racial Mismatch' May Affect Which Students Are in Class

Having a teacher of another race increases the risk that young boys of color will be suspended or chronically miss class, according to a new study.

December 22, 2015

Helping Some Students Fight Stereotype Threat May Boost Classmates' Grades, Too

Interventions that help to immunize vulnerable students against the damage caused by negative stereotypes may convey a kind of herd immunity to their classmates as well.

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