Young people don’t love their devices as much as we think they do. In fact, they want our help disconnecting from them.
Children who experience adversity tend to have health problems later in life. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris explains why—and how we can help heal…
In the wake of a mass shooting in Florida, students are taking action on gun control. How can educators respond?
Even the best work can wear us down. How do we find inspiration and purpose again?
A new program helps students and teachers notice the good things in life.
Part of finding your purpose is connecting and contributing to something larger than yourself.
Research suggests a helpful, three-part framework for discussing issues of right and wrong.
A new book explains how poverty and inequality put students at a disadvantage—and how we can better support them.
During the past year, Greater Good published a lot of exciting articles about teaching and schools. Here are some of the best.
Readers and editors pick the most interesting, helpful, and skillfully written articles about teaching, students, and schools from the past year.
Three practical, research-based suggestions for one of the most effective and important things school leaders can do.
Research suggests caring relationships with teachers help students do better in school and act more kindly toward others.
To greet the new year, Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton provides the best research-based tips for overcoming our differences.