Highly-skilled blue-collar workers use math on the job more than white-collar workers, but less than a quarter need advanced math at all.
Students who hang out with friends who get better grades than them tend to see their class rank rise
Researchers say they've pinpointed the most and least effective ways to prepare for a test.
Parent engagement better predicts a child's academic performance than the qualities of the school he or she attends, a new study suggests.
A new study suggests the SAT is effective at predicting college success and isn't biased against students from low-socioeconomic backgrounds.
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