The quick-fix solutions promised by silver bullet interventions can distract from the more localized and complicated solutions schools really need, say experts.
New research finds that Black, Latino, and Asian-American students in New York City were about 3 percent less likely to be suspended if their teachers shared their racial or ethnic background.
Growth mindset works for specific students in specific instances but educators should be careful when implementing it, says David S. Yeager of the University of Texas at Austin.
Students are using phones and screens more than ever before and, fortunately, the mental health impact of the devices may be exaggerated.
A randomized control trial found teachers who received mindfulness training had less job-related stress and anxiety
Researchers at St. Louis University’s Policy Research in Missouri Education Center believe growth is a better metric than achievement when assessing schools.