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Why most teachers who say they plan to leave the profession...

Christopher Redding, University of Florida; Allison Gilmour, Temple University; Elizabeth Bettini, Boston University, and Tuan D. Nguyen, Kansas State University

About 1 in 3 child care workers are going hungry

Colin Page McGinnis, The Ohio State University CC BY-ND. Of the nearly 1 million child...

Watch for these conflicts over education in 2022

Joseph J. Ferrare, University of Washington, Bothell and Kate Phillippo, Loyola University Chicago At school board meetings across the country in 2021, parents engaged in...

How to keep students safe in school: 5 essential reads on...

Alvin Buyinza, The Conversation School shootings in the U.S. are at an all-time high. So far in 2021 there...

What schools teach about 9/11 and the war on terror

Jeremy Stoddard, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison The phrase “Never Forget” is often associated with...

Pandemic has teens feeling worried, unmotivated and disconnected from school

Leah M. Lessard, University of Connecticut When the COVID-19 pandemic started, many U.S. teens were more worried about the...

Teaching kids social responsibility – like how to settle fights and...

Jonathan B. Santo, University of Nebraska Omaha and Josafa da Cunha, Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil) The Research Brief...

5 ways to use hip-hop in the classroom to build better...

Edmund Adjapong, Seton Hall University Back when I attended M.S. 101 in the Bronx, I tuned out the science...

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Rules-based trade made the world rich. Trump’s policies may make it...

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Nations sell goods and services to each other because this exchange is generally mutually beneficial. It’s easy to understand...