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A study co-authored by Fiona Hollands at TC's Center for Benefit-Cost Studies of Education finds many higher ed institutions are selecting expensive new ed-tech tools without strong evidence they improve student learning.
“An impressive, passionate and mildly heretical romp through cognitive science,” Mind In Motion — the new book from TC’s Barbara Tversky — captures attention amid non-fiction’s new releases.
Alumna Tara L. Conley (Ed.D ’16) writes about the legacy of the late Toni Morrison, who grew near Conley's own hometown in Northeast Ohio, in the Trump era.
Dale Atkins (M.A. '72) discusses the psychology of kindness and the findings of her book, The Kindness Advantage.
Danielle Moss (Ed.D. '06) discusses “the forgotten middle” — students who meet average performance benchmarks — and strategies to support them.
A new study co-authored by Peter Bergman found that providing low-income families with support services, in addition to housing vouchers, increased the share of families moving to high-opportunity neighborhoods from 14 percent to 54 percent.