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Sara Vasquez, Ximena Dominguez Apr 4, 2016

In the education field, it’s a widely held notion that learning mathematics early in childhood is essential to ensure children’s school readiness. However, research suggests that children from economically disadvantaged communities often do not have the same opportunities to develop key...

Daisy Wise Rutstein, Shuchi Grover Apr 1, 2016

Measuring Student Learning about Computing

Barbara Means Mar 30, 2016

Balancing Widespread Use and Positive Learning Impacts of Educational Technology

Mar 30, 2016

Many aspects of security depend on authorizations and permissions held by an individual. Maintaining security depends on correctly identifying the individual and matching them with the correct authorizations and permissions.

H. Alix Gallagher Mar 28, 2016

Teacher Professional Development Can Make a Positive Impact on Students’ Writing Skills

Lucien Randazzese Mar 24, 2016

High-Impact Innovation in Government is Within Reach

Kyra Caspary, Katrina Woodworth Mar 8, 2016

Access to International Baccalaureate Programs in the United States Increases for Low-Income Students

Nikki Shechtman, Louise Yarnall Mar 3, 2016

Empowering Adults to Thrive at Work: Personal Success Skills for 21st Century Jobs

Erik Torgerson Feb 16, 2016

Radiative Cooling Holds Promise for Thermoelectric Power Plants

Thomas Voss Feb 11, 2016

Combining Capabilities to Address the Zika Emergency

Sarah Gerard, Claire Christensen Feb 1, 2016

Progress Toward Quality K-12 STEM Education: Resources for Policymakers, Researchers and Educators

Savitha Moorthy Jan 22, 2016

How can digital media and technology support the learning and development of young children? In this post, we describe how new research from EDC and SRI informs and advances the dialogue.

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