A hashtag can be a powerful thing, a student from Bloomington, Ind., explains, esp. when it comes to sparking a social revolution.
A new Univ. of IL study suggests college students of the 2010s are actually less, not more, narcissistic than those of the 1990s.
A series of literature reviews now published in Child Development examines how children make judgments about their place in the world.
As opposed to praising kids for “doing a good job,” praising them for “being smart” can backfire and increase their tendency to cheat.
If you live near farms, avoiding pesticides may not be possible, but that increases the risk your children will develop autism. Try folic acid.
When 2 middle schoolers in your district die of a drug overdose within 2 days of each other, you need to strategize and build relationships.
If parents provide learning materials, like books, to infants and toddlers, there’s a good chance it will help them academically in 5th grade.
If parents are more involved, as in coming to more parent-teacher conferences, etc., the kids tend to perform better in school, new research suggests.
Although parents know about healthy diets, many of them don’t promote healthy eating in their kids, according to a new survey from U.Mich.
If parents know more about the importance of STEM, their kids tend to make STEM-related choices and hone STEM-related abilities more.