Study finds 'cruel well-being' approach adds to teachers' stress

New Curtin research has found the challenges and problems faced by overworked teachers are being compounded by expectations placed on them to manage their own well-being, while the impact of working conditions and broader ...

Do smartphones belong in classrooms? Four scholars weigh in

Should smartphones be allowed in classrooms? A new report from UNESCO, the education arm of the United Nations, raises questions about the practice. Though smartphones can be used for educational purposes, the report says ...

Three ways to prevent school shootings, based on research

In the months leading up to his 2012 attack that killed 26 people in Newtown, Connecticut, a 20-year-old man exhibited a cascade of concerning behaviors. He experienced worsening anorexia, depression and obsessive-compulsive ...

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