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State efforts to close the K-12 digital divide may come up...

Stephanie Holcomb, Rutgers University; Andrea Hetling, Rutgers University; Gregory Porumbescu, Rutgers University - Newark , and Vishal Trehan, Rutgers University - Newark

Why we remember more by reading – especially print – than...

Naomi S. Baron, American University During the pandemic, many college professors abandoned assignments from printed textbooks and turned instead...

Kids as young as 3 years old think YouTube is better...

Brenna Hassinger-Das, Pace University and Rebecca Dore, The Ohio State University The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Young...

Few US students ever repeat a grade but that could change...

Pamela Davis-Kean, University of Michigan With in-person instruction becoming the exception rather than the norm, 54% of parents with school-age children expressed concern that their...

Why COVID-19 vaccines need to prioritize ‘superspreaders’

Dana Goldman, University of Southern California; David Conti, University of Southern California, and Matthew E. Kahn, Johns Hopkins University Once safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines...

Kids are bigger coronavirus spreaders than many doctors realized – here’s...

Phyllis Sharps, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Lucine Francis, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing The first U.S. schools have reopened with in-person...

3 ways to get kids to tune in and pay attention...

Eric M. Anderman, The Ohio State University and Kui Xie, The Ohio State University When nearly all U.S. brick-and-mortar schools suddenly closed in March 2020...

3 ways to promote social skills in homebound kids

Elizabeth Englander, Bridgewater State University With the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic getting worse in most of the country, a growing number of school districts...

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Brainy bones: the hidden complexity inside your skeleton

Pascal Buenzli, Monash University and Natalie Sims, University of Melbourne Your bones are savvy. They are light yet strong and they repair themselves when they...