Reading and spelling difficulties could play an important role in determining what special education services young students may need.
Young readers comprehend just as well by learning with a phonics-only approach, rather than whole-word meanings, new research suggests.
A London study has used a genetic scoring technique to predict reading performance throughout school years from DNA alone.
People who swear may filter their words less, but new research suggests they’re also more honest, because they filter their thoughts less too.
Pres. Trump called dishonest news media an “enemy of the people.” It’s an interesting choice of terms, but presidential rhetoric has been very interesting of late.
Student poetry from a school in St. Louis expresses what it means to kids to be American and continues the tradition of Langston Hughes.
What did Kellyanne Conway mean when she said the president was planning to “repeal” the Common Core State Standards?
When teachers of English learners took some professional development, their students performed better on key writing tests.
How do we portray disabled people? Can we portray them more accurately or in a way that will help to ease their inclusion in a diverse society?
Reported gender gaps in reading ability may be a reflection of tests that measure reading ability, incl. multiple-choice and essay questions.