The funding agency releases a new plan to speed up public access to research.
Most urban charter schools are not "pushing out" students with special needs to improve scores, finds a new Stanford University study.
The youngest children understand the importance of a random sample in research.
Young children with depressed dads are more likely to fight, lie, and show anxiety, finds a new study.
Stanford University researchers explore ways to assess project and performance-based learning.
The biggest divide between poor and wealthy students is one of community connection, argues Harvard researcher Robert Putnam in a new book.
In its new evaluation, the research group MDRC suggests that Reading Partners could be a national model for schools looking for a low-cost way to boost students' reading skills.
Fifeteen-year-old girls are more likely than boys to meet baseline standards for reading, math and science, a new analysis finds, but among top performers, girls perform worse than boys do.
Researchers found that despite higher performance in reading and similar performance in science, 15-year-old girls around the globe are less confident in their scholastic abilities than boys.
Not really, suggests a new analysis of studies, which finds that, while better working memory, attention, and control are associated with higher academic achievement, so far there's no evidence that they cause it.