Educational Program Helps Students Thrive In A Digital World

Educational Program Helps Students Thrive In A Digital World

Our world is becoming progressively more and more digital. Our banks are online, our schools are going online, and even our love lives are online. So, how do we prepare our children to live in a...

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Your Mother Wasnt A Tiger Mom It Didnt Hurt Your IQ

The results of a new study may provide great relief to many parents… or simply add to their confusion about what is the best way to nurture their children.

Online College Students Give Instructors Better Marks If

A new study shows that college students in online courses give better evaluations to instructors they think are men – even when the instructor is actually a woman.

Childcare Costs Can Rival College Tuition

While the cost of college tuition can weigh heavily on a couple’s financial plans for their children, a much more immediate cost – daycare – should be just as concerning.

Get Up And Move For Better Academic Performance

America needs to find its way back to a more active daily lifestyle, and this includes more physical activity for our children.

Explore The Diverse Ecosystem Of Experiments Being

Have you ever wondered about the hundreds of experiments that have been conducted on the International Space Station?

Improving Student Success In Mathematics During The First

New NSF funding opportunity will advance research on improving student success in mathematics in the first two years of college.

Parents Play Important Role In Molding Future Scientists

Parents and family make all the difference in creating the next generation of scientists, engineers and mathematicians

Why Dont More Minority Students Seek Careers In STEM Fields

At a retreat earlier this year, 50 underrepresented minority students had wide latitude to talk about what would enhance their STEM training. They identified eight major themes summarized in a new paper.

Do Mean Boys Or Mean Girls Rule At School

Debunking the myth of the "mean girl," new research from the University of Georgia has found that boys use relational aggression—malicious rumors, social exclusion and rejection—to harm or manipulate others more often than girls.

Full-day Preschool Linked To Increased School Readiness

Children who attended a full-day preschool program had higher scores on measures of school readiness skills increased attendance, and reduced chronic absences compared to children who attended part-day preschool

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