A new report demonstrates the connection between maternal and child education, finding that mothers’ literacy programs boost their children’s math scores and their own sense of empowerment.
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Is the growing achievement gap hampering disadvantaged kids’ ability to catch up?
A new study examines whether more time in the classroom mean smarter students.
UNDP’s Eugenia Piza-Lopez and Jago Salmon discuss the organization’s strategy in nations struggling to rebuild after conflict
Researchers investigate if scholarship money, on top of financial aid, can encourage students to remain in college.
Nashville’s CFO describes how a combination of tax increases, budget cuts, and infrastructure investments has kept the city thriving
Researchers expand their focus on the effects of school-choice programs to include the reactions of districts to student migration.
A World Bank report looks at the impact of women’s social capital on child malnutrition in Peru.
An education expert discusses the future of education policy legislation
How valuable are non-degree certificate programs for participants?