Chatauquas changed the lives of Midwestern women between 1878 and 1900, setting the stage for new gender roles in the twentieth century.
In 1986, in the midst of the Cold War, psychologists set out to find answers about how to talk to kids about nuclear war.
Some studies have found that simply getting kids to pick up a book during the summer may not actually help that much. What actually works?
Margaret Haley argued for unionization, insisting that “there is no possible conflict between the interest of the child and the interest of the teacher.”
Failure is in fashion, but this isn't some new passing trend. How universities and the medical profession have embraced the idea of "failing better."
An Arizona court is hearing a case that could roll back a 2010 ban on teaching Mexican-American studies in the state.
Same-sex crushes and romantic friendships between college-age women were common throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
What's behind a drop in secondary school teachers' credentials? The profession has widened, but neither the its prestige, nor its pay has kept up.
Google is making forays into American classrooms with their technology. Research looks at the case of Channel One school television for context.
Q&A: Lise Dobrin, Associate Professor & Director of the Interdepartmental Program in Linguistics at the University of Virginia's Department of Anthropology.