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Low-income children are closing the gap with wealthier peers when it comes to school readiness, according to new research.
In a new investigation, Education Week found more than 109,000 students experienced physical discipline in 2013-14. Here's how we approached the analysis.
The possibility of helping your own community can spur students from underrepresented groups to study science, a new study finds.
Samuel C. Stringfield, a nationally known expert on school improvement and a former member of the Baltimore City school board, died last month at the age of 67.
Papert, co-inventor of the Logo programming language for children, died at age 88.
'Food deserts' have long been a concern. But what happens when poor young children have little access to "food for the mind"?
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.