Innovators aren't born, they can be made, according to recent research from the University of California San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy.
Domestic violence is any violent or aggressive behavior by one person against another within home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner
A major national survey of over 1,200 Australians, led by Western Sydney University, found that social class has a strong influence on a person's cultural tastes – with level of education and occupation being key factors in determining cultural preferences.
A new study found that social media distraction in the classroom interferes with visual, but not auditory, learning in college students.
There are tens of thousands of jobs available to young people all through the One Summer Chicago program.
Parents who read to their infants and toddlers may help them develop skills that pay big dividends when they start school, a new study suggested.
Rising fees at the UK’s independent schools mean that pushy parents believe they are ‘buying’ success for their children, a teachers’ leader has said.
By the age of three, wealthy children hear 30 million more words than their poor counterparts, according to a landmark 1995 study by researchers Betty Hart and Todd Risley.
Eight out of 10 primary school students received private education and other extracurricular activities in the past decade in South Korea, with a majority of their parents feeling the pinch of high education costs, data showed Monday.
When your child is born, the love you feel is unparalleled. Your heart is full of hopes and dreams for this new life, for your very own bundle of joy.
While the national high school dropout rate has declined, many school systems still struggle with a high number of students who do not finish high school.
Examine the effect of visual storytelling on externalizing and internalizing behaviors in children with oppositional defiant disorder.
A child’s first years of life are the most important when it comes to brain development, yet the majority of children in the US miss out on an activity that plays a vital role in building reading and language skills.
South Korea has banned English language classes for first- and second-grade students in elementary schools to "minimize negative effects of early English education practices".
A Japanese study of five- and six-year-olds found that children prefer to share resources so that everyone ends up with the same amount (equal-outcome) rather than giving everyone the same amount regardless of what they have already (equal-allocation).