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When it comes to future success in life, where a child lives and who their parents are can be tightly connected, a new study says. Kids who grow up in poor neighborhoods have a higher genetic risk of underperforming in school and having...

source: United Press International

Food insecurity — that is, limited access to sufficient safe and nutritious food at home — negatively impacts on the learning ability of adolescents in India, new research shows. The research team investigated inequalities in learning achievements at 12 years...

source: Lancaster University via Science Daily

More evidence is in: Reading from screens harms comprehension. According to a new meta-analysis of nearly three dozen research studies published over the past decade, reading from paper has a small, statistically significant...

source: Education Week

Schools handle a wide variety of sensitive information concerning students and their families. Laws, regulations and ethical obligations require administrators to take active measures to protect that information from unauthorized disclosure. That warrants a combination of...

source: EdTech Magazine

UNICEF's first global report on pre-primary education presents a comprehensive analysis of the status of early childhood education worldwide. It also outlines a set of practical recommendations for governments and partners to make quality...

source: Youth Today

The Young Scientists Club — New member discount— 20 percent discount on all order & free shipping...

source: PACE

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