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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

Early childhood education yields big benefits — just not the ones you think

One study with a followup when the students were in ... If this is true, it should change how we think about early childhood education. Head Start’s mission statement is to improve school readiness. B... read more

Financial education flunks out — and here’s what’s being done about it

We are overconfident, thinking we understand things better than we do. In a recent study ... time education has promise, a central challenge is that it is hard to implement. For instance, it is not ea... read more

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Schools: U.S. immigration policy makes it tougher to hire Chinese teachers

We've invested time training the teachers, and the teachers are happy about their life here," said Huang. "More importantly, the families and children are happy with the teachers, so you don't want to ... 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

OPINION: The best time to teach students how to cope with trauma? When there isn’t any

Or if we say, “He’s a bad kid” or “She struggles”? As educators, we know that language matters. It’s a small tweak to change ... and think calm thoughts because I was getting stressed! Have you felt t... read more

The Daily 202: How Senate Republicans could win the battle and the war on Kavanaugh

That it took just a mention of the Supreme Court nominee’s name to draw international attention to a hyper-local election is telling about where we are now as a country ... A newly published academic ... read more

How Carrie Mae Weems Rewrote the Rules of Image-Making

“I think that the first time I picked up that camera ... the bedrock of my belief system that really was instilled very, very early in my life, and repeated throughout my life, this idea that we had a ... read more

Under Shadow of Russia’s War, Ukrainian Veterans and Families of Fallen Try to Move On

This hellish battle was Horbenko’s initiation as a soldier, as well as adulthood—he’d gone from living under his parents’ roof to living under Russian artillery with little time in between. Such an ed... read more

Millions of Californians’ jobs could be affected by automation — a scenario the next governor has to address

State government might not be able to control change sweeping the workplace, but it will have to deal with the fallout. Which jobs are most susceptible to automation? According to a study ... “If we d... read more

Gender Stereotypes About Coding Ability Start as Young as 1st Grade, Study Finds

The 1st graders in the study ... we perceive when we think about computer science and engineering," she said. Hopefully, positive experiences can create a "buffer" for girls against the negative stere... read more

Children's earliest memories shift as they get older, study finds

"By 10, their early memories are crystallized," she said. "Those are the memories they keep." "This is the first study where we see that shift in time [of first ... "You think about the emphasis on 0 ... read more

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