We summarized studies that look at deaths in police custody from multiple angles, including restraint methods and police force demographics.
A new study reveals that voicing support for police can be a “dog whistle” politicians use to appeal to U.S. voters threatened by challenges to America’s racial status quo.
Studies suggest education interruptions — whether schools close for a snowstorm, a hurricane or summer break — can hurt student achievement.
Education researcher F. Chris Curran offers six tips to help journalists report on how COVID-19 school closures affect student learning.
Researchers warn that how students behave outside school can limit school closings' effectiveness in preventing the spread of infectious disease. We look at the research.
Three investigative journalists offer tips on how reporters should approach newsroom collaborations and how these partnerships can be more effective.
Research associates new policing tactics in Camden, NJ, with lower rates of gunshot patients at a major regional trauma center, part of a turnaround for a city once synonymous with violent crime.
A forthcoming study offers new insights into voters' behavior at the polls, including their reactions to long lines and voter ID laws.
To save money and help with teacher recruitment, a growing number of public schools are taking Fridays off. We've gathered research on the benefits and consequences of four-day school weeks.
Health warning labels that use strong causal language deter consumers more than labels with weaker language.