About 263 million children and youth worldwide are out of school. If some progress have been made, especially on school attendance, huge gaps remain on gender parity or equity in schooling choices.
Authors Lutz and Klingholz explore how mass literacy became a revolution that changed the world.
Using simple strategies, parents and teachers can help stimulate linguistic and other cognitive development in children.
The failed and continually failing political leadership on respect, relationships and reconciliation sets the quality of current and future education back for all Australians.
Local governance can have a real effect - positive or negative - on the quality of schooling.
Children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder should be offered extra support at school.
Teachers' prosperity in Indonesia have improved but without programs dedicated to improving teachers, the quality of learning will be stagnant.
Research explores why parents in Nairobi actively choose to send their children to private schools, despite the financial constraints.
A new paper describes the idea of "genetic nurture", where parents’ genes, even those not passed on to their child, have major effects on kids’ health and educational attainment.
How to explore the pathways for an objective alliance between demographic dynamics and youth education in sub-Saharan Africa.
The government must try harder if it wants to ensure recruitment and retention in the profession.
Since its invention, the IQ test has generated strong arguments in support of – and against – its use.
A new analysis shows how family background influences who grows up to invent. The key to turning things around? Expose kids to more inventors.
US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos's anti-Washington rhetoric represents a radical departure from that of previous education secretaries.
Should the teacher be a sage on the stage or a guide on the side? Neither, it seems.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos once called Excel Academy Public Charter School a 'shining example.' A Vanderbilt scholar explains why that description was woefully off target.
Southeast Asian countires have a goal to integrate their higher education network to give young generations a truly regional experience. Is it possible?
There are more robots than ever in the operating room – but that's led to fewer opportunities for surgical trainees. Now, some new doctors are teaching themselves in secret.
Some thought technology would make braille redundant – but the real threat is a lack of education and resources.
Studies suggests that roughly 35% of children experience bullying at some point.