As kids return from an emotionally tough year, the last thing we should do is continue to make so many of them feel like academic failures for no good …
Kindergartners who got a science-oriented literacy curriculum outperformed peers who got the standard approach.
Evidence shows we understand less when reading on digital devices--but THINK we understand more.
If we stop viewing racial and income groups as monolithic, we might learn something about what schools can do to help all kids succeed
The pandemic has left many students needing help--but not the same kind of help
How to make American K-12 schools work for ALL students
A parent group has seriously misread texts included in a content-rich elementary curriculum
Newly available data on how many graduates of a program pass a licensure test on the first try could lead to improvements in teacher training
Knowing how the brain works can make teachers more effective
Giving cash to strapped families has many benefits, but there are more direct ways to improve academic achievement
Mistaken assumptions about what kids will be interested in end up putting many at a disadvantage
The assumption that general reading comprehension can be measured has led to a regime that stifles the potential of millions of students