Digital Education

Should taxpayers and schools invest in ‘growth mindset’ programs?

A team of researchers found "small" academic benefits from programs to persuade students that intelligence can grow

Are educational videos leaving low-income students behind?

High-income kids seem to benefit more from educational videos more than low-income kids, study shows

Second grade teacher Lynnon Carney helps a student with math at Arise Academy.

Cheaper human tutors can be highly effective, studies show

Good tutors use step-by-step methods

How to help students avoid the remedial ed trap

A new study highlights some promising reforms but also points out obstacles

Counting your way to a college A

University of Michigan professors award many more A's under new grading system

Can sadness be good for reading?

Developers of educational software look at links between emotions and learning

U.S. ranks No. 13 in new collaborative problem-solving test

Video game playing appears to harm social skills

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Open Educational Resources haven’t upended the way that K-12 schools get course materials – yet

That could change as whole-course curricula become freely accessible online

Technology overuse may be the new digital divide

As more poor families get access to technology, their kids' screen time expands

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

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