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July 28, 2020

Parent Racial, Income Divides Seen on School Reopening Preferences

Racial differences in parents' concerns for the next school year highlight ways schools may need to target reopening plans, according to new nationally representative survey data.

July 14, 2020

In Pandemic, Digital Access and Parents' Education Made the Biggest Difference in Schools' Response

A comprehensive look at how U.S. schools served students in the aftermath of the coronavirus closures finds that schools responded more fully in communities where parents' education levels were higher.

May 06, 2020

Khan App Boosted Early Literacy, Parent Teaching in Small Trial

The free literacy app Khan Academy Kids boosted early literacy skills in children and parents said it improved their home-teaching skills.

February 10, 2020

Storytime, Meet Number Play: Early Math in the Home Matters for Later Skills

Preschool-age children who frequently play number-related games at home show better math skills and growth by the end of kindergarten, finds a new study in the journal Child Development.

February 07, 2020

Children as Young as 9 and 10 Think About Killing Themselves. Adults Around Them Have No Clue.

More than 3 out of 4 times younger children consider suicide or self harm, the adults around them have no idea, a new longitudinal study finds. Three common misconceptions may help explain why.

February 04, 2019

What's a More Important Parent Investment: Money or Time?

Two new international studies look at how parents judge how to invest in their children's education, and what happens to children's academic progress when one parent can't be involved.

January 28, 2019

Tighter Home-School Bonds Improve Students' Social and Emotional Skills (as Well as Academics)

Partnering with parents can help students of any age who have trouble with social or mental health issues. But the devil is in the details, finds an analysis of more than 100 studies.

December 18, 2018

Friday Report Cards May Raise Risk of Child Abuse, Says Study

No student is eager to show her parents a less than stellar report card, but a new study suggests bad grades may put some children at risk for physical abuse.

December 04, 2018

Breaking the Link Between Parents' Math Anxiety and Students' Progress

Out-of-school family time around math may help children succeed even when their parents dread the subject, according to a new study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

November 12, 2018

Make One Change to Parent Outreach, and Study Finds Fewer Students Fail Classes

School and district leaders may be overlooking small tweaks in their outreach that can yield huge increases in parent engagement and student achievement.

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