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Goals for literacy, math, and science education may increase citizens’ capacity to argue from evidence.

Published:
04/19/2013

New science education standards build upon research-based cognitive models of how learning unfolds over time.

Published:
01/25/2013

Intensive, short-term courses meld students and faculty and new techniques in pursuit of genuine research questions.

Published:
12/21/2012

Collaborations between scientists in economically developed countries and their African colleagues can be inspiring and productive.

Published:
06/21/2007

Variations in the effective use of analogies in math instruction across countries may contribute to performance differences in the TIMSS studies.

Published:
05/25/2007

Surveys indicate that undergraduate research opportunities help clarify students’ interest in research and encourage students who hadn’t anticipated graduate studies to alter direction toward a Ph.D.

Published:
04/27/2007

Analysis of elementary school classrooms in the United States returns a discouraging report on the quality of students’ experiences.

Published:
03/30/2007

Standardized admissions tests are valid predictors of many aspects of student success across academic and applied fields.

Published:
02/23/2007

Reading instruction benefits from a computerized intervention.

Published:
01/26/2007

Working in research laboratories to generate new scientific information can give high school students a taste of real scientific investigation.

Published:
12/22/2006

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