New research on Atlanta-metro students suggests they fell 7-8 months behind on learning during the pandemic.
Science is often taught from a white or Western standpoint. Can teaching science from a hip-hop perspective make science more relatable to students of color? A hip-hop science educator weighs in.
Dicey cultural situations and power struggles await Latina teachers in America's schools.
Nigeria needs more veterinary doctors to improve agricultural production, disease prevention, wildlife conservation and the health of animals in the security sector
The pandemic largely gave America a reprieve from school shootings. Two criminologists say gun violence could return to America's schools worse than before as in-person classes resume.
The more that educators of color feel the need to tiptoe around issue of racism in schools, the less likely they seem to stay in the job, new research shows.
'Behavior vaccines' – practices meant to improve safety and well-being – have been around for years. An educational psychologist says they are particularly important for schools to adopt now.
In-person learning can safely resume as long as schools take steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
According to a study conducted in collaboration with the Nobel laureate in economics, Lars Peter Hansen, decision theory is an effective tool for finding the best trade-offs.
Nigerian students are consuming alcohol in alarming quantities, and for psychological reasons. What can be done?
Just because learning is remote in many places doesn't mean teachers can't build more meaningful relationships with their students, a researcher who has examined the issue suggests.
What if one of the answers to the challenges of distance learning was to go back to basics and set up less "tech" and more human contexts?
Humor is a key ingredient to successful learning. Can educators keep the laughter going when learning takes place online?
Pointing out the benefits of white privilege has become a racial justice rallying cry, but associating 'white' with 'privilege' in the classroom can harm academic performance among students of color.
Student mental health was already an issue before the pandemic. And then students felt the strain on all fronts as studies went online and they lost jobs and social contacts.
University students had high rates of mental health issues before the pandemic. The additional stressors of COVID-19 and social isolation will make them even more vulnerable over the winter.
Schools can consider virtual learning and other ways to reduce the negative impact of suspensions on student achievement.
A new hands-on learning program helps families with young children build their engineering skills.
Experiments in college classrooms show how tiny respiratory droplets known as aerosols can spread, even with good ventilation. The risk isn't the same in every seat.
Students can still have a good experience at university this year – if universities take their needs and concerns seriously.