During the war in Iraq, journalists from around the world flocked to the country, covering violent events from the battlefield to the halls of political power. But they eventually got to go home. Thousands of journalists ...
Contrary to assumptions that disadvantaged neighborhoods trap children in failing schools, a Johns Hopkins University sociologist has found the opposite to be true: as a neighborhood's income decreases, its range of educational ...
Many married couples can feel overwhelmed and stressed after their first child's birth, but the transition period isn't as long for the second child.
Every parent is concerned whether their children will be as well-off as they are, or hopefully even better off. While Singapore was successful in raising each generation's living standards in its early years of independence, ...
Gender stereotypes negatively affect women in male-dominated professions such as finance and banking, resulting in reduced well-being at work and less interest in recommending their field to young women.
For women living in urban slum communities of New Delhi, India, a sense of purpose and self-worth emerges despite their dependency on others.
Archaeological work at Fremantle Prison is helping illuminate significant differences in how early Swan River Colony administrators treated Aboriginal and Euro-Australian inmates.
Ask adults about maths and they'll often say: "I was never very good at maths at school". How can we stop young children growing up today saying the same thing?
A summer job can help boost academic performance in the classroom, a Stanford researcher says.
Advance supply signals, such as financial health and production viability, contain rich information on supplier conditions. When and how these signals should be used is critical for improving firms' forecast and profitability.