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A new study shows that the anxiety of taking an exam has a more significant impact on women’s grades than it does for men.
Study finds women are more influenced than men by test anxiety, and suggests ways to help close the gender gap.
Researchers found that fact checkers "arrived at more warranted conclusions in a fraction of the time."
It turns out even experts have trouble evaluating sources online. A new SHEG study reveals a better way to read.
Kids listening to music on a cell phone.
In this episode of our podcast School’s In, an education professor makes a case for encouraging mobile devices in class.

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