Research suggests taking calculus in high school doesn’t help students with the math class in college; the prerequisites do.
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Recent research studies suggest that in an increasingly interdisciplinary world, “finding your passion” isn’t as good as “developing” it.
The brain shows differential electrical activity between musicians who can improvise and those who, well, can’t. Like me.
Training teachers to support kids on the autism spectrum is a challenge, but some research suggests there may be ways.
What are the key elements of a successful mentoring relationship between adolescents and non-family, school-based mentors?
Research continues to build showing teens should listen to their bodies when it comes to sleep. Schools should adjust if necessary.
How can the spacing of letters in words be used to help young children who are having difficulty learning to read?
When students are victimized by bullying because of a stigma, such as race, religion, or sexual orientation, they suffer disproportionately.
A huge nationwide survey has revealed that teachers who are victimized by violence sometimes don’t even report it to school officials.
College is a time of stress for many, but if your dorm roommate can be more tuned in to your stress levels, maybe she or he can help.