'Food deserts' have long been a concern. But what happens when poor young children have little access to "food for the mind"?
July 2016 Archives
Segregation among students in public schools based on race has been a persistent and growing concern and, now, statistics show that income segregation may be growing as well.
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.
Top-performing countries use U.S. research on the best ways to train and support elementary teachers. But American schools often don't use those best practices, finds a new study.
IES announced new research grants in a wide array of topics.
More than 40 researchers and school officials signed onto a letter calling for the Education Department to use different measures for academic proficiency.
The National Board for Education Sciences will get a few more faces.
After two years of musical training, children's music skills and auditory pathways were more developed than those of their peers, said USC researchers.
Are you smarter than a teacher in 1966? Take this real test, taken from the "Equality of Educational Opportunity" report, to find out how you fare.