A leading Harvard professor says American education research gets an F. For too long, he says, excellent research hasn't been translated into meaningful change.
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After a report last Spring showed that male full professors made 16 percent more than their female counterparts.
We talked to second-year students about what would have helped most in that crucial first year of college. Their main point: It's not just about academics.
Florida is poised to become the first state to allow high school students to take computer coding as a way to meet a language requirement.
Several recent integration efforts focus more on family income diversity as the driver of integration. The potential benefits of a diverse environment are striking, but they're not guaranteed.
Graland Country Day School in Denver has developed a comprehensive learning module for seventh graders focused on Alzheimer’s disease.
The books published by Salaam Reads will appeal to Muslim and non-Muslim readers alike, executive editor Zareej Jaffery says — and will represent a wide range of cultural traditions within Islam.
No alarm. No school bus. No problem. Thanks to a school's laptop program, everyone takes a virtual lesson.
Recent years have seen a proliferation of books about the struggles of rookie teachers. We asked a veteran New York City teacher to review The Battle for Room 314 by Ed Boland.
The results of a new survey, published in the journal Science, suggest that many of America's middle and high school science teachers are misrepresenting climate change in their classrooms.
A Harvard faculty member argues in his new book that averages tell us nothing useful about individuals. That has big implications for schools.
Computers are not just about programming. There's also a lot of theory — and science — behind technology. Coding bootcamps often downplay theory, and some university programs are too heavy on it.
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One woman took her search for the perfect school to a new level -- she started a new Denver school that will teach 24 students from Kindergarten through 5th grade.