Children of parents who attended a high-quality preschool program in the 1960s were better educated, healthier, better employed and more likely to stay stably married, especially if they were boys born to preschool-educated fathers.
COLUMN: Third consecutive year in school spending increases marked a “full recovery” from the recession
California drove national spending increases in education while New Jersey retreated from earlier efforts to give extra money to low-income schools
Students served by public care agencies often get too little from too many
States control who gets federally supported child care assistance and few prioritize parents pursuing education or training
Kids take projects more seriously and make interdisciplinary connections, teachers say
Studies in Pittsburgh and Maine show difficulty of implementing trendy alternative to traditional discipline
Twice exceptional, doubly disadvantaged? How schools struggle to serve gifted students with disabilities
Parents say it’s often impossible to find schools to educate bright kids who have disabilities. Now some are fighting to change that
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Why the approach is sometimes misinterpreted as a step toward replacing teachers with technology
The last decade has seen widespread ‘degree inflation.’ But a growing movement of employers, workers and training groups offers a rebuke to a culture that exalts a bachelor’s as the gold standard for upward mobility
For-profit companies want to fix the country’s child care system by helping low-wage child care workers better run their small businesses