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Exploring Affirmative Action
What colleges — and college students — get wrong about diversity on campus.
What Makes SEL Work?
An effective social-emotional learning program has to be a whole-school initiative.
How parent-child communication from birth to age 3 sets the stage for lifelong success.
Lessons from Camp
Free from school-year demands, summer camps are a key venue for social-emotional learning.
Costs of Specialized Teaching
New study shows negative effects of specialized teaching, hinting at the importance of teacher-student relationships.
College and the Good Student
Here's how high schools and colleges can help students prioritize community engagement and reframe college admissions.
Summer Math Loss
Why kids lose math knowledge, and how families can work to counteract it.
From the UK Blog
Students respond to a Usable Knowledge article on cheating, and demonstrate the importance of student voice.
Credits for Kindness
A new movement in college admissions: taking kindness into consideration.
Explore how to support creative approaches to computing education in K–12 classrooms.
Mindfulness for Educators
A conceptual and experiential introduction to the growing use of mindfulness practices in education and their value and relevance to educators.
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