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Teens’ Science Interest Linked With Knowledge, but Only in Wealthier Nations

Data from an international sample of 15-year-olds indicates that individual science achievement may be influenced as much by broad national-level resources as it is by personal interest and motivation. ... More>


Are We Overreacting to Cyberbullies?

Expert Dan Olweus asserts that cyberbullying is far less common than traditional types of bullying. ... More>


To Keep Teenagers Alert, Schools Let Them Sleep In


Science Shows How Students Can Stop Sweating Statistics

Students generally point to statistics courses as being the most anxiety-inducing courses in their degree program. A recent article reviewed the current state of statistics anxiety research. ... More>


Students Remember More With Personalized Review, Even After Classes End

Struggling to remember information presented months earlier is a source of anxiety for students the world over. New research suggests that a computer-based individualized study schedule could be the solution. ... More>