For the majority of students in the U.S., residential addresses determine which public elementary, middle, or high school they attend. But with an influx of charter schools and state-funded voucher programs for private schools, as […]
Divide, subtract, add, multiply: whatever way you cut it, Australia is heading in one direction when it comes to global math rankings—downwards.This article was originally published on this website.
Two-year colleges that received revenue from community-based college promise programs decreased their spending on instruction by 3.3% and their spending on student services by up to 15%, a recent study found.This article was originally published […]
As schools moved to a mode of emergency response teaching (ERT) at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were distinct differences in the effect it had on students and teachers whether they were in […]
Recently published U.K. government plans proposed that by 2030, 90% of children leaving primary school in England should reach the expected standards in reading, writing and math, compared with 65% in 2019.This article was originally […]
Variability is crucially important for learning new skills. Consider learning how to serve in tennis. Should you always practice serving from the exact same location on the court, aiming at exactly the same spot? Although […]
As exam season begins, parents, caregivers and teachers will be looking for various ways to motivate students to do well in their studies. But the messaging you use to motivate them should depend on their […]
In the title we quote Michelle Martin (with her permission), who is a proud Kija woman and passionate educator. She sees a system that does not adequately recognize Aboriginal students’ worldviews or knowledge. Instead, the […]
There is a lot of research about mathematics learning and students, but less about mathematics teaching and teachers.This article was originally published on this website.
In diverse schools, friends of the same race or ethnicity are influential in shaping teenagers’ sense of belonging, finds new research by a multidisciplinary team including Cornell’s Adam Hoffman, an expert in psychology and human […]