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July 02, 2015

ADHD Driving Use of Antipsychotic Drug Prescriptions in Children

Many school-age youth are being prescribed antipsychotic medicine without any record of a mental health diagnosis, according to a recent study.

July 02, 2015

Required CPR Instruction Could Improve Cardiac Arrest Outcomes, Report Says

With less than 3 percent of U.S. residents trained in CPR annually, a new report recommends making such training a graduation requirement for students.

July 01, 2015

Educators Report on Uses, Wish List for Student Data in K-12

A study from the ed-tech industry looks at what training educators want, and how they recommend increasing the effectiveness of student data used in schools.

July 01, 2015

Why Some Economies Grow and Others Don't

This week Marc Tucker reviews a new book by Eric Hanushek and Ludger Woessmann showing that quality of education has a major impact on a nation's economy

June 26, 2015

Ask a Scientist: How Do Toddlers Learn About Invisible Things? (Part Two)

Rebecca Williamson is an associate professor at Georgia State University studying toddlers' grasp of ideas they can't observe just by looking. Today she talks about how young children understand sound.

June 25, 2015

Classroom Lessons Help Stressed-Out Students Cope, Study Finds

A Massachusetts-based program has taken aim at curbing high stress levels among millennials and is having some early success, according to researchers.

June 25, 2015

Study on Minorities in Special Education Proves Provocative

A recent study challenges the belief that minorities are overrepresented in special education, but some researchers question the methodology.

June 24, 2015

Report: For Successful Young Adulthood, the Early Years Matter

A large body of research on which non-academic factors lead to success in early adulthood, researchers found that early experiences can have a profound effect.

June 24, 2015

Minorities Less Likely to Be Identified for Special Education, Study Finds

Black and Hispanic students may be facing bias that keeps them from getting the special education services they need, according to a new analysis.

June 24, 2015

How Do We Understand Poverty Without Relying on Federal Free-Meal Statistics?

A new federal guide offers school officials and researchers ways to structure new measures of students' socioeconomic status.

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