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Women who have earned at least a master’s degree are less likely to forgo having a family than they were in the past, and are choosing to have more kids than their mothers and grandmothers, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
But Hispanic students' scores up in U.S.
Asbury Park School District partners with Scholastic to support a comprehensive, community-wide initiative to accelerate student success rates, starting with reading skills ASBURY PARK, N.J.,
A recent study has demonstrated that physical differences in the brain are also observable, and made the link between brain anatomy, academic achievement, and family income.
Adopts LENA Start™ Model to Improve the Home Language Environment for Children 0-30 Months Boulder, Colo.
Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) and AppleTree Institute, a leading developer and provider of early childhood education in Washington, D.C., announced today the results of their recent data
Art McCoy Brings Background of School Systems Change and Award-Winning Innovation Initiatives to Social Benefit Nonprofit Organization Irvine, Calif.
October 3 is dedicated to helping Men of Color succeed in school and career through mentorship with a focus on education, eliminating unconscious bias in school, the workplace, and leadership
US high schools are tightening up their graduation requirements in math and science, which sounds like it should be a good thing. A new study has found, however, that enforcing more rigorous academics drives some students to drop out.
Partnership extends research-based professional development for whole-school improvement focused on needs of ELL students, promising to close achievement gap and improve learning for all students
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