Uncovering the link between early trauma and lifelong illness
How former president George H. W. Bush's program launched a new understanding of childhood development.
How early childhood became political
Communities may have the funding to expand services, but they don’t have the data needed to target the right children.
A program in Boston helps new parents find solace.
The HBO miniseries is an honest reflection of parents’ psychological impact on their children.
The early results out of a Boston nonprofit are positive.
An Indian Ph.D. graduate is working on potentially lifesaving heart research. Will she be able to stay in the U.S. to complete it?
If girls were allowed to accelerate through school, then perhaps their peak career- and family-building years would not overlap.
The Boston Basics is a series of evidence-based parenting principles designed for children under the age of 3.
The “typical” American college student is changing. Is Big Data equipped to keep up?
By tracking prospective pupils’ digital footprints, schools can make calculated decisions about their admissions outreach—for a price.
With increasingly sophisticated data, universities are constantly courting prospective attendees.
After years of advocacy, the city’s first Haitian Creole–English school opens in the fall.
Changes intended to make filing for financial aid easier were accompanied by major structural hiccups.
A majority on the Supreme Court lets states know it is serious about barring executions of the mentally disabled.
It’s harder for African Americans to climb the economic ladder, and to sustain their progress.
President Trump’s budget would eliminate the Legal Services Corporation, which helps low-income individuals obtain representation in civil proceedings.
The administration has launched a multiyear racial and socioeconomic diversity plan, but a lot of students aren’t pleased.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the ousted top federal prosecutor for Chicago offered two different visions this week.