Screen Time Up as Reading Scores Fall. Is There a Link?

The yearslong slide in reading scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress comes as students are spending more time in and out of class on digital devices. (November 11, 2019)

Most School Shooters Showed Many Warning Signs, Report Finds

A new study of violent attacks in schools over the last decade reveal that most of the student attackers were motivated by a specific grievance and every single one of them was experiencing extreme stress. (November 8, 2019)

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Supreme Court to Tackle DACA. What Does It Mean for Students, Teachers, & Schools?

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Stop Scapegoating Gifted Students for Inequality

Eliminating gifted programs all together is the wrong solution to fixing racial and economic imbalances, argues James R. Delisle. (November 7, 2019)

We Must Raise the Bar for Evidence in Education

Policymakers and practitioners need to debunk some misconceptions about education research, write Carly Robinson and Todd Rogers. (November 6, 2019)

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