The majority of children who do not take or pass IQ-style entrance exams to private- or grammar schools, will have many qualities not measured on an IQ test. They may also just be late developers.
Bilingual education can improve learning outcomes but it’s important to consider local context.
Giving students a voice in decision-making helps foster well-being, research has found.
A new study reveals that instilling an entrepreneur-possible self — the belief that you can become an entrepreneur — is a critical stepping stone for becoming an entrepreneur.
Educational philosopher John Dewey saw America’s schools as a place for students from different backgrounds to learn from one another.
Scholars say Israel’s destruction of Gaza’s schools, universities and museums are part of an ongoing project to destroy Palestinian people, identity and ideas.
Montessori education is as popular as ever. But is the teaching method really more effective than conventional schooling?
Tools such as ChatGPT dominate the conversation around AI in schools. But with teachers looking to meet Indigenous content requirements, using generative AI could do more harm than good.
Although disabled students are supposed to have equal access to school sports, questions remain about whether they participate at the same rate as their nondisabled peers.
A study in which students brainstormed all the uses of a paper clip shows that AI can both enhance and harm the creative process.
Stephanie Land’s sequel to her mega-successful debut memoir Maid works as hard as she does – but while its details of low-income single-parent life as a student are valuable, it suffers by comparison.
Some of the measures the French government has taken to fight radicalization can do the opposite, three social scientists argue.
Research shows the many benefits of First Nations-led education systems and schooling.
Who’s responsible for the factors that led to the federal government’s recently announced cap on international students, and what are the implications for those directly affected?
Education can spur peace and development. Here are five essential reads on the topic.
Uniforms can cost hundreds of dollars. If students are required to wear them, the government should ensure they don’t become a barrier to education.
New research looking at data from 200,000 children in Wales has found a substantial increase in mental health issues.
Examinations help a country measure if its system of education is teaching the skills and knowledge needed to meet development goals.
Is it a STEM education or a STEAM education? Integrating arts into science programming and vice versa can pique kids’ curiosity − a play touring Michigan aims to do just that.
Mid-century encyclopaedias claimed the power to decide what counted as knowledge and what didn’t – much as online publishing platforms and social media companies do today.