The new year will bring many classic literary works to the public domain, as they were first published in 1923, a very lucrative year in literature.
Children whose schools teach about making healthy eating choices tend to show a reduced trend toward obesity, more so than physical activity.
An outbreak of the very common adenovirus is happening at the U. of Md., College Park. Some strains can be deadly.
The US Ed. Dept. seeks comments on proposed changes to Title IX, hoping new rules will bring due process and better protect survivors.
Mental health diagnoses and treatment of college students increased substantially between 2007 and 2017; a meta-analysis.
Research has detected a pattern in the occurrence of tornadoes related to climate change: ‘Tornado Alley’ is expanding.
School & community problems often come down to life in American families and how different school experiences are.
Teachers (& future professors) always try to reach students with innovative ideas. Here’s a look at a few research-based approaches.
The use of appropriate color-contrast filters as been shown to help dyslexic students read faster, but availability lags in some places.
Scientists use computational models ways to use genetic ancestry databases to solve crimes could potentially be expanded.