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May 06, 2020

Khan App Boosted Early Literacy, Parent Teaching in Small Trial

The free literacy app Khan Academy Kids boosted early literacy skills in children and parents said it improved their home-teaching skills.

May 04, 2020

Curbing the Spread of COVID-19, Anxiety, and Learning Loss for Youth Behind Bars

Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in pre- and post-trial correctional facilities across the United States, and the challenges of social distancing for students in regular districts are all massively compounded for students behind bars.

April 09, 2020

Academically Speaking, the 'COVID Slide' Could Be a Lot Worse Than You Think

New projections suggest learning loss related to these pandemic-related school closures would be worse than the typical academic backsliding students experience over the summer break.

March 23, 2020

New Warnings on Screen Time, as Students Nationwide Move to E-Learning

As millions of students nationwide start to settle into virtual learning programs to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a massive new research analysis sounds another note of caution about the effects of exposing significantly more screen time.

March 17, 2020

Maintaining Ties When School Closes Is Critical to Preventing Dropouts

Students who were chronically absent or at risk of dropping out before the coronavirus outbreak are even more at risk now that schools are closed, experts say.

February 13, 2020

Bored, Stressed, Tired: Unpacking Teenagers' Emotions About High School

At first glance, it could seem that teenagers just really, really hate high school. But Yale researchers found deeper student engagement issues.

September 18, 2019

Advice on Choosing a 'Brain Training' Program for Students

The hype around methods for boosting the brain's executive functions often outstrips the still-emerging research, but a new report offers ways education leaders can evaluate programs.

September 04, 2019

What Students Write to the President Sheds Light on Their Civics Learning

America's students want to be civically engaged on everything from immigration to school spending, according to a study of more than 11,000 letters students wrote to the "next U.S. president." The missives show wide variation in how students inform their writing on civic issues.

August 23, 2019

Flipped Classrooms May Exacerbate Student Achievement Gaps. Here's How

Flipped classrooms have been getting attention as a way for teachers to find more time for activities and individual support during the regular school day, but a new study cautions that the model could trade short-term gains for wider achievement gaps.

July 31, 2019

Teacher Collaboration Program May Reduce Class Failures

Stronger teacher collaboration helped prevent students from falling off track at the start of high school, according to a new evaluation of the Building Assets, Reducing Risks program.

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