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March 09, 2016

Girls Likelier to Major in Science Field if High School Had Women STEM Teachers

But girls of color don't seem to get as much of a nudge toward STEM careers as white girls, study finds.

February 29, 2016

School Absenteeism: What Do We Know About Students Who Aren't There?

As the White House pushes new initiatives to combat school absenteeism, what does the research say about who misses class and why?

February 10, 2016

Five Surprising Details About Students Who Struggle on International Math Tests

What do math anxiety, art class, and homework loads tell us about who is likely to struggle the most on international benchmarking tests?

February 08, 2016

Gossip Girls on TV Can Inspire Peer Bullying in Real Life, Study Finds

Mean girls and demeaning boys on teen shows are linked to later real-life social aggression in teenagers, a new study finds.

February 04, 2016

Teachers, Bring This Study to Your Next Parent Conference on Homework

Parents may not recognize the line between helping kids with homework and hovering.

July 23, 2014

Is Your School Looking Out for Students After Trauma? How Long After?

Parent death can lead to higher risk of their children struggling or even dying into young adulthood, but longterm support for students in schools can be spotty.

May 02, 2014

Reevaluating 'Dr. Fox Effect,' Study Finds Students Can Spot a Nonsensical Lesson

A recreation of a classical psychological study suggests that students can distinguish between enjoyment and learning when they evaluate lectures.

September 04, 2013

Is Self-Regulation Lost in Translation?

New research and a New Republic article highlight the problems of translating self-regulation concepts and strategies for the classroom.

May 27, 2012

Are You Enabling 'Academic Entitlement' in Students?

Research suggests how teachers respond to student requests for help can improve or exacerbate their sense of "academic entitlement."

November 24, 2010

School Demographics Can Add to Social Cost of Achievement

High-achieving schools can exacerbate the social cost to high-achieving students of color, according to a new study.

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