Parents, however, enjoy believing their young ones are developing literary skills.
On a recent survey, just 74 percent of Americans said that the Earth revolves around the sun.
Al Roker was not happy about New York City's decision to keep schools open today.
Half wish they'd gotten more work experience while still in school.
"Inhibited behaviors like shyness don't hamper language acquisition overall but instead relate specifically to how toddlers express themselves through words," researchers found.
The geography of the snow day, courtesy of Reddit user Alexandr Trubetskoy
Why? It probably doesn't have anything to do with sports.
'They're out there—but hard to find.'
A new study shows that being on the U.S. News & World Report top 25 list can significantly boost a college's applicant numbers.
But students in the U.S. still have much lower scores than their South Korean counterparts. Why?
A look at who takes the Advanced Placement computer science exam—and who doesn't
This will be the year when students stop cheating and everyone else stops fighting. Right?
A story from one of Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House" books proves we've all gone soft.
Even when disaster strikes, students around the world try to keep up with their assignments.
The dangers of overdoing the compliments
Introducing the weekly email that details everything your child picked out in the cafeteria
'You do not need to worry about being accepted, I have already taken care of that.'
A new study suggests that for students on the margin, talented classes don't make a big difference.
A new study finds that education schools aren't teaching classroom management strategies in a focused way.
Toddlers are more likely to remember what a food is called when they play with it, a new study shows.