Anorexia nervosa is one of the most puzzling, and deadly, of all mental illnesses. What drives people to ignore the body’s desire for change?
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Adding math talk to story time at home is a winning equation for children’s math achievement, even for math-anxious parents.
If children hear a familiar voice, it can help them learn new information, and technology is helping us understand this process.
The largest animals to have ever lived on Earth, blue whales maintain their enormous body size by optimizing the energy they gain from the krill they eat.
IL finalists for Teacher of the Year, 10 of them, have been announced. It’s a wide-ranging field, and some biographical information has been provided.
The Md. State Dept. of Education announced 7 finalists for this school year’s Teacher of the Year. Here are the names.
Maybe we learn more from our mistakes than we learn from getting things right from the beginning, new research suggests.
NAEP has released data from the 2014 social studies examination for 8th graders in the US: no significant change from the results in 2010.
Illinois has a new law that some educators in professional organizations hope will improve diversity and narrow the achievement gaps.
A simple experiment devised at Washington U. suggests punishment, even small, is more likely than reward to influence behavior.
Research at Penn State confirms that zero-tolerance is biased against blacks & minorities and may deprive them of needed care.
A new study links death to education differences. Variation in the risk of death across education levels has widened considerably.
Taxis with no drivers could yield save us in terms of protecting the environment & spurring the development of alternative energy.
A national SkillsUSA conference in Ky. for career and technical education (CTE) brought lots of career-motivated trophy-winners back to Maryland.
Interest & recognition from people who care about you are needed to turn your math confidence into a career in STEM, research says.