What’s the balance between preparing students for college and ensuring they aren’t killing themselves in the process?
A popular video game provides a new medium for educators and students to unleash their creativity.
New research suggests children are far exceeding the two-hour daily limit recommended by pediatricians.
Kids who constantly use phones and computers tend to be more nervous in face-to-face conversations. What can teachers do to help?
Despite finite resources and less racial diversity, colleges that historically cater to African American students could offer lessons on how to train successful, confident scientists.
Children's science media is shifting away from books, but it can still be effective as long as it hinges on narrative.
Role models portrayed as superhuman don’t always motivate students—instead, they risk discouraging kids who feel they can't live up to the lofty standards.
The government wants 60 percent of high school graduates to specialize in science, technology, engineering, and math by 2020.
How are universities working to curb the prevalence of harassment against researchers?
"That's jargon-ish. Even some people in the sciences don't have an intuitive understanding of what that means."
Even though they admit their devices distract them from class. Now, some educators are incorporating the digital tools into their teaching.
Three years after the start of its new Science Without Borders program, Brazil isn't the only country benefitting.
Some critics say the recent obsession with science and tech compromises other parts of kids' education.
A new leader at the American Museum of Natural History talks about motherhood, goals, and having fun in your career.
Does race influence whether girls pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math?
Virtual classrooms are reshaping higher education. But what does that mean for more hands-on, scientific fields?
Dropping out could end up being a great decision—or not.
How educators are taking STEM education out of traditional classrooms
Greater emphasis on humanities means more well-rounded decision making
But original thinking could be declining among students because of the growing emphasis on test-taking in schools.