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Size matters: Smaller classes spark better learning

The move to reduce class size and bring about higher-quality education is a not new one, but it has gained new momentum with a new study. Research by Australian educator David Zyngier shows that there can be significant difference in student performance with a smaller class...

source: By: Archita Datta Majumdar
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"Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse...

source: CASE

Renee Honor knew something was wrong with her son, Nicholas, when he was struggling to read in third grade. She was upset his school didn't catch it. Honor, 43, of Detroit, asked his school to test him for special education and soon...

source: Bridge Michigan

Kids with ADHD actually concentrate, focus and stay on task better with a little foot-tapping, gum-chewing, movement. Learn what intentional fidget toys and tools help the most.

source: ADDitude Magazine

Students in classrooms across the United States spend an estimated 85 percent of their school day on assignments that require reading texts. A key difference between students who can read well and those who cannot is the ability to use metacognition. Metacognition can be...

source: Edutopia

Children with autism spectrum disorder don't benefit from the addition of music therapy on top of their usual treatments, according to results from a large international clinical trial. Researchers found that children with ASD in nine countries...

source: Reuters

Few issues in K-12 education have been as contentious, particularly since the implementation of the Bush-era No Child Left Behind Act, as standardized testing. Criticism over the years has focused largely on the impacts of attaching high-stakes to assessment results, because...

source: Education DIVE


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