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Even as the proportion of EL students continues to increase, data show persistent disparities in academic achievement and educational opportunities between EL students and their non-EL peers.

This tool will help you explore the research studies in the literature and how their findings may be relevant to your school community and the students you support.

Stakeholder involvement is particularly important in education, where interventions are often complex, and educators bring valuable expertise that situates empirical findings in the on-the-ground reality of schools.

Across the U.S., school leaders have been rethinking the traditional school week, with an increasing number of school districts implementing a four-day school week, particularly in rural areas.

Artificial intelligence (AI) shows up regularly in our lives, and in many ways, has made the ‘everyday’ of life a little bit easier.

In this month’s guest blog post, Assistant Research Professor Gena Nelson shares her motivation for conducting a systematic review of the literature on home-based math activities, as well as some key highlights from the review.

Last month, we launched our blog series on school belonging by reviewing strategies to promote school belonging among LGBTQIA+ students, and this month we will dig into the research on the links between school belong

To celebrate Pride Month and to launch our blog series on school belonging, this month’s post focuses on school belonging and connectedness for youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, asexual, or identify their sexual orientation or gender identity in oth

In April, the HEDCO Institute released findings from our first review on school-based depression prevention programs for K-12 students.