The school’s approval may be the strongest challenge yet to limits on public money in religious schools.
A history scholar sees leeway and loopholes in a wave of new state laws that seek to control what teachers can say about racism in America’s past.
In low-income countries, tobacco use is often associated with lower income and less education. These users can’t afford to pay for counselling and medication.
About 10 million US children are chronically absent from school.
A researcher who studies ways to help students become better readers and writers describes how to create a homework habit using a loop: cue, routine, reward.
Differences over what counts as indoctrination lie behind a first-of-its-kind lawsuit in Florida. PEN America’s CEO deems book removals ‘a deliberate attempt to suppress diverse voices’.
Digital poverty could put some students at a disadvantage.
Ancient rituals and games possess characteristics like repetition, structure and the use of symbolic objects that aid students in understanding the world.
Book bans in Ron DeSantis’s Florida have censored beloved Australian author Mem Fox – for an illustrated character’s bath. But blanket nudity bans teach children bodies are ‘inherently sexual’.
Although English to speakers of other languages (Esol) is treated like any other subject, it can offer far more to those learners.
Could a 10-minute meeting between teachers and principals reduce teacher turnover? A researcher explores the possibilities.
New research on school superintendent turnover rates reveals that divisive political issues are contributing to the problem of instability among school leadership across the US.
Social media use has adversely affected students’ English language learning in Ghanaian schools.
Educators have expressed concern about ChatGPT but it could be a tool to help stressed and time-poor students.
Mental health isn’t just about illness, it is also about wellness. Universities are well positioned to offer accessible, evidence-based wellness education to the general public.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, people now need to pause and wonder whether it actually hatched from an egg.
The US military’s switch to an all-volunteer force in 1973 led to a series of magazine ads that sought to portray military service as a way for women and people of color to move up in society.
Of the three types of memory (sensory, working and long-term), the last two are indispensable for learning. Students must be taught to work on them in class in order to avoid meaningless memorisation.
Simply setting aside time for collaboration doesn’t always lead to better outcomes for teachers or students. Effective collaboration requires skilful leadership and a common language.
Oral exams have a history dating back more than 2,000 years – and could once again be a solution for universities to test their students’ knowledge.