Parents want to do everything they can to get their kids' school year off to a good start. Here's why talking with them is one of the best ways to do that.
Data shows that the gender wage gap can be partially explained by how different skills and psychological traits are treated in the labour market.
The shortlist is out, but who wins? You decide.
The mass generation of customised content may have very real social implications.
Why are parents increasingly inserting their child's name into stories?
There are benefits to shared reading long after children can read to themselves, so how long should you read to your children?
Ontario's investment in a unique two-year, full-day and play-based kindergarten program is paying off. Could similar results happen elsewhere?
This year's preliminary NAPLAN results show Australian students are flatlining after ten years of the controversial tests.
Eye-tracking research reveals that children are likely to read new words faster and easier if they have heard the words before.
Teaching fear and avoidance of technology may protect people from negative consequences. But it also prevents them from finding, and benefiting from, productive uses of new innovations.
These books introduce children to Indigenous culture and experiences through colourful pictures and powerful storytelling.
The children who are least likely to attend school regularly – and do well – grow up in households where the adults themselves have very poor literacy skills.
We are not hard-wired to read. It has taken thousands of years of practice to forge connections in our brains to help us do this.
Four tips for teaching reading.
Don't listen to the headlines linking binge watching to depression and loneliness. It can be a positive experience – but only if we think of it as a good thing.
Poor literacy impacts a child's life chances – but there may be a rather colourful solution.
Research shows that providing children with eReading devices can actually inhibit their reading.
What stories can teach children about the world.
Many young children can give the false impression that they are learning to read, when in fact they are mostly guessing words from pictures or context. This test will help to identify these students.
Phonics instruction gives children letter-sound knowledge, a skill that is essential for them to read unfamiliar words by themselves.