Many high school seniors need to know about the Common Application, which streamlines the application process for about 500 colleges and universities.
A “learn to read” app is evaluated in the NY Times. We agree with their findings that Learn with Homer is engaging and can help very young children develop good reading skills.
Social media gets a new push from Howard County school officials, and students (and their parents and teachers) are being told to use social media responsibly.
A newly developed, low-tech test for concussions may make diagnosing concussions easier on the sidelines during collision sports like football and boys’ lacrosse.
Music that you like listening to may distract you while driving and cause you to make more errors on the road than you would if no music were playing, a new study suggests.
New research provides some insight into why humans feel empathy and need friendship: it’s because we define ourselves in terms of those close to us.
A pianist and self-described workaholic was profiled in the Southtown Star newspaper, and we can just hear the hard work student-performers put in.
A social website, Ask.fm. has sprung up in usage over the past few months among American teenagers, and it has some not-so-hidden dangers.
A score lookup function failed at Pearson on alternate, portfolio-based assessments given by Virginia, and there has been some fallout from that fiasco.
Want to know which research institutions are the most active or which ones get their work cited the most? Now there’s a web tool that will allow just that.