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September 12, 2013

White House Explores Research on Academic Mindsets

As more educators explore the effects of students' attitudes toward intelligence, the Education Department and White House Office of Science and Technology Policy are looking for ways to further research and interventions based on improving students' academic mindsets. This May, the agencies held...

September 09, 2013

Effectiveness Measure for Mothers Highlights Demographic Gaps

A new Brookings Institute analysis identifies "parenting gaps" that could affect students' academic success.

August 30, 2013

High School Dating Abuse Hinders Education, Study Says

High school dating violence can reduce young women's educational attainment longterm, a new study suggests.

August 26, 2013

Small Schools Give Graduation Boost in Big Apple, Study Says

Students in New York City's small high schools are more likely to graduate than other students, according to the latest in an ongoing longitudinal evaluation.

August 23, 2013

Education Lowers Prison Recidivism, Study Finds

A new RAND Corp. report finds education behind bars can cut recidivism more than 40 percent.

August 19, 2013

Middle-Class Kids Benefit from 'Pushing' for Teacher Help, Research Suggests

Middle-class students are more likely than working-class peers to push repeatedly for teacher help, even when they get into trouble for it, a new study finds.

August 15, 2013

Study: Parents Support Low- and High-Achieving Children Differently

Parents invest more broadly in their children who are more advanced academically in early grades, a new study finds.

July 24, 2013

Child Well-Being in Immigrant Families Differs by Race, Study Shows

A new study provides a nuanced look at the well-being and achievement for students of different races and immigrant status.

July 12, 2013

Young Children's Well-Being Is Rising, Federal Indicators Suggest

Children who experienced at least some early child care beyond their parents or relatives performed better in reading and math in kindergarten than those who were cared for only by relatives, according to new federal child well-being data.

July 02, 2013

IES Builds New Research Partnerships, Testing Studies

The National Center on Education Research has awarded nearly $76 million in new grants, including several to build research partnerships with educators.

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