New research finds particularly positive results when parents and kids work on a creative project together.
A new study finds that incorporating music and drawing during lessons can help kids retain what they've learned.
A new study indicates that teachers and parents may be looking for ADHD in the wrong places—and missing it in others.
New research suggests we aren't born bigots. Racial prejudice is something we learn.
Are two-generation programs the best way to fight poverty?
New research cautions journalists against harming their most vulnerable sources.
Researchers find the classic tale in which the future president admits to bad behavior encourages at least some kids to confess a lie.
New research from Germany suggests love for people we think of as members of our group precedes hatred for those we perceive as outsiders. This may present a teaching opportunity.
New research from the Netherlands finds inflated acclaim for kids’ accomplishments can backfire as a motivational tool.
German researchers report learning to play a musical instrument is associated with higher grades and superior cognitive skills.
New research finds children have trouble learning some basic intellectual and emotional skills if the television is routinely kept on in the background.