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Recovering the Lost Art of Reading
Encouraging the habit of reading is a vital part of reform in primary education as it cultivates lifelong learning and cultural understanding.

Aug 14, 2018

Balance New Ideas with Research
There are those who think schools should stick to research-backed practices, and those who go for the unexplored, innovative ideas.

The 74
Aug 13, 2018

Senior Citizens and Media Literacy
We associate media literacy with the younger population, but there is an urgent need to share this knowledge with older members of society.

Jul 31, 2018

Math Should be Tailored to Native Cultures
Counting depends on the type of object in Panama's Ngäbere culture. A bilingual indigenous initiative is preserving its arithmetic system.

Aug 09, 2018

Mental Health is Critical to Learning
By the time a student reaches middle school the emphasis on social-emotional learning begins to fizzle out.

Education Dive
Aug 08, 2018

Instilling Lifelong Learning in Students
A traditional, four-year liberal arts degree provides the broad exposure and critical thinking skills necessary to adapt to a changing world.

Aug 08, 2018

Accountability for Early Education
Outcomes-based accountability approaches can improve educational opportunities while retaining some of the advantages of decentralization.

Aug 09, 2018

Rural Students are at Greater Risk of Online Game Addiction
Parental absence and limited extracurriculars are worsening addiction among millions of children in rural China.

Aug 06, 2018

How iGen is Shaping the Change in Education
The newest students are transforming the way schools serve and educate them, writes Laura Pappano.

The New York Times
Aug 02, 2018