It's highly effective.
More than 70% of college students procrastinate
Why do we deprive students of the historical and cultural context of science?
Research from MIT's School Effectiveness & Inequality Initiative found making college more affordable cut dropout rates and boosted degree attainment.
Symptoms of mental illness in children are often dismissed as "going through a phase."
Technology is an important tool, but it will take an ecosystem of educators, students, and caregivers to make the most of it.
Teaching community organizers via WhatsApp yields encouraging results in South Africa, according to MIT Governance Lab research.
Educators have proven that they can "turn the aircraft carrier" when they need to, but the system needs to match their efforts.
Math doesn't suck. It is one of humanity's greatest and most mysterious journeys.
Parental anxieties stem from the complex relationship between technology, child development, and the internet's trove of unseemly content.
The English Department is instituting a series of reforms that cuts across the entire university.
What happens when someone you respect doesn't treat others with dignity?
The Silicon Valley titan has promised scholarships for its tech-focused certificate courses alongside $10 million in job training grants.
Helping students get better at learning prepares them for life, not just higher education.
Building a personal connection with students can counteract some negative side effects of remote learning.
The word "learning" opens up space for more people, places, and ideas.
How students apply what they've learned is more important than a letter or number grade.
The COVID-19 disruption is a really an opportunity for collaborating and building stronger relationships.
How can curriculum planners refresh learning in the wake of COVID-19?