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Time to change how we think about early education, international study finds

Get the best of our award-winning coverage sent to you weekly The U.S. could learn a lot about early education from our international counterparts. That’s the conclusion of a comprehensive, multi-year ... read more

11 Charts That Changed the Way We Think About Schools in 2018

But our education system is too sprawling to ever pin down entirely, and surprises always lurk beneath the headlines. Here are 11 discoveries that changed the way we think ... of class time, on remedi... read more

Why It’s So Hard to Sell New Products

The answer, he finds, is that too ... about the new product, what we found was early – like right after the product launched – they would invest a ton of time in setting up those meetings ... read more

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Children with ADHD or autism could be early indicator for younger siblings, new study finds

Credit: Florida International University ... of children with autism. "We are still learning about the earliest indicators of autism and ADHD, but we do know that early intervention is key to ... read more

Is Kindergarten the New First Grade? Researchers Say Yes

From 1998 to 2006, kindergarten teachers reported devoting 25 percent more time to teaching early literacy ... physical education more than tripled, from 14 percent to 45 percent (and as the mother of ... read more

Career-technical education emerges as a pathway to the workplace, or college

“We really believe it’s not just a four-year degree for everybody, and I think that comes through ... she plans on going to college to major in early education. When Analicia Dovalina was ... read more

Massive Genetic Study Finds Many Links Between Various Psychiatric Illnesses

An international group of ... deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The study, published Thursday in Science, is the largest of its kind, according to the authors. “This work is starting to reshape h... read more

Digital Life in 2025

A canvassing of 2,558 experts and technology builders about where we will stand by the year 2025 finds striking ... spent their time, the depth of their commitment to their hobbies, causes, friends, a... read more

Study Finds That Online Education Beats the Classroom

the study’s lead author and an educational psychologist at SRI International. This hardly means that we’ll be saying good-bye to classrooms. But the report does suggest that online education could be ... read more

Study Finds That Kindergarten is Too Easy

A forthcoming study in the peer-refereed American Educational Research Journal finds ... teach early math," Claessens said. "We have for a long time pushed and done a good job of focusing on reading a... read more

USOC looks to put Nassar scandal behind, but Congress may insist on more accountability

“In all, Nassar committed thousands of sexual assaults between the early 1990s and the summer of 2016,” investigators said. “He abused some survivors one time, while abusing others hundreds ... read more

Girls born to obese moms far more likely to start puberty early, study finds

Girls born to obese mothers are more likely to start puberty early than daughters of normal-weight or underweight mothers, new research finds. The study ... think the association might be related to f... read more

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