"I appreciate that you don’t want your child to stare, but ignoring his interest or trying to rush away doesn’t work well and sends your child the message that there’s something wrong here," said professor Daniel Willingham.

The latest from pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom.

The actress provides moving testimony at a hearing on Capitol Hill.

A new report explains why educators hoping to narrow the achievement gap should make criminal justice reform a policy priority. .

A new survey reveals the disconnect.

The "core" curriculum doesn't meet the needs of today's students, a veteran educator says.

She displayed some humor, unlike the president.

Here's what she said — and what the Every Student Succeeds Act says.

Judges decide that a standardized reading test is the most valid way to decide whether third-graders should move to fourth grade.

Ninth in a series about winners in the Schools of Opportunities project, which recognizes schools that seek to close opportunity gaps through research-based strategies.

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