Young children can track what others believe or expect, and can even predict how others will feel
A new study teases out the emotions of social media, finding that teens generally focus on the positive
Give students the freedom to pursue projects that are authentic, meaningful and based on their own passions
With the right tools, teachers can incorporate language and culture into any classroom
Building a science curriculum for the 21st century — and building skills students can use across subjects and sectors
To suss out the credibility of digital information, students should go beyond checklists and act more like fact-checkers
Planning is important for any teen on their way to college, especially for those with disabilities.
For tweens and teens, self-control is connected to autonomy and other intrinsic motivators
Violence in communities may have an additional unseen victim: young peoples’ developing brains.
Reading scores can improve when kids create their own summer book lists
Address trauma through staff training, community education, and a new approach to discipline