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May 17, 2013

Children Learn Early to Discriminate Against Overweight Peers

In a new study, researchers found that children enter school with prejudices against obese peers.

May 16, 2013

A New Census of Mental Health Disorders in Children

A first-ever report on mental health prevalence in children from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a first step in adequately addressing these disorders, the agency said.

May 15, 2013

Teachers Endorse Social-Emotional Lessons; But Subject Lacks Priority

A majority of teachers say it's very important for schools to work on developing students' social and emotional skills, results from a new nationally representative survey show.

May 14, 2013

Structured Recess Boosts Students' Physical Activity—a Little

Recess supervised by coaches has been shown to increase students' physical activity to an extent.

May 13, 2013

Nearly 2 of 3 Children Exposed to Violence, Crime, and Abuse

A large proportion of American children are exposed to violence and assaults, and the developmental consequences can be great, a new survey shows.

May 10, 2013

Cyberbullying Common Among High School Students, or Is It?

One study has found that about 16 percent of high school students reported being electronically bullied; another says far fewer students are bullied in cyberspace.

May 08, 2013

School Climate Matters

Researchers continue to strengthen the link between positive school climates and student achievement.

May 03, 2013

Absolutely Everything Researchers Know About Bullying

In a new series of briefs, the American Educational Research Association examines what we do and don't know about bullying.

May 02, 2013

Are Your Preteens Self-Conscious? It's All in Their Heads (Literally)

A new study says that the brain grows in a way that supports increased self-reflection when entering adolescence.

April 30, 2013

School Discipline Survey Finds Challenges in Making Changes

Many school districts are changing codes of conduct to limit the use of out-of-school suspension and expulsion, but resources needed to make those changes are often limited.

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