An education researcher explains how most school rating websites lack a key piece of information about school performance.
Gifted programs may have to revamp the way they operate in order to benefit all students, new research suggests.
An early childhood education expert explains what’s in the proposal and why it’s not really a partisan issue.
Researchers consider how friendships that bridge across social class – “cross-class friendships” – contribute to middle school academic achievement differences based on level of parents’ education.
US suburbs are rapidly diversifying, but students of color often face academic and social hurdles in suburban schools.
When homes become classrooms, things like a lack of technology and a quiet place to study take an even bigger toll on student achievement, new research finds.
Cities are stepping up to provide free Wi-Fi for families in need in order to close the digital divide in education. But will those efforts make a difference where it counts?
Democratic plans to boost school funding are rooted in research that shows more funding really does boost achievement for low-income students.
While many studies and news articles say children lose academically over the summer break, a researcher says the worries are exaggerated.
In order to be successful, the I Promise Academy needs to confront issues of race – much like LeBron James himself, who launched the school amid great fanfare in 2018, an education scholar argues.
Teachers – get to really know your kids, their families, their community and its history, and what’s going on at home. While school policies are important, relationships are the real keys to success.
Recent research raised concerns about girls’ stereotypes on their gender’s lack of ‘brilliance.’ But an overlooked finding suggests boys also hold hindering stereotypes about themselves in school.
A New Zealand literacy program is helping to raise Indigenous achievement to mainstream levels.
Immigrant pupils do not cause a decline in education standards, according to a new OECD report.
A recent study concluded that children who watched Sesame Street in the 1970s fared better in school. Why?
When people are nudged into noticing their commonalities, instead of remaining focused on their differences, it leads to remarkable results.