Jill Barshay

Smart students attract parents more than smart schools

Economists find pitfalls to high school choice in New York City

Telling depressed kids they’re capable of change might help them improve

A half-hour experiment on the computer helped some kids, but not others

Preschool’s hidden value may be in combating poverty

Head Start may not boost school test scores, but researchers find long-term, multigenerational benefits

Students make use of tablets and technology while working in small groups.

Three lessons from rigorous research on education technology

Hope seen in "personalized" software for math

While the rest of the world invests more in education, the U.S. spends less

Years of disinvestment could affect the future U.S. labor force

Counting DACA students

It is estimated that half of the people eligible for DACA are enrolled in high school or college

Wasted time and money on undergraduate classes

Excess credit "epidemic" for community college students

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U.S. now ranks near the bottom among 35 industrialized nations in math

Math performance of American 15-year-olds declined significantly on international PISA test

Is it better to teach pure math instead of applied math?

OECD study of 64 countries and regions finds significant rich-poor divide on math instruction

State-of-the-art education software often doesn’t help students learn more, study finds

2 lessons from the most rigorous study to date of "adaptive-learning" courseware at colleges and universities

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