Efforts to curb bullying of kids with disabilities should not take a one-size-fits-all approach, researchers say.
Monopolies of homebuilders are contributing to a housing shortage in the US, preventing millions of people from buying a home, says Luis Quintero.
The Southern accent has shifted between white English speakers of Generation X and baby boomers, a study finds.
Some musical themes are universally recognizable by people everywhere. Love songs, however, are harder to pinpoint.
To support people who have been incarcerated and to reduce recidivism, policymakers and re-entry programs need to prioritize housing.
Things like youth groups, religious school, and weekly services may influence youths’ feelings about keeping religion as part of their life.
How can you prevent your favorite team’s loss from ruining your week? An expert weighs in on why we get so invested and how to cope.
More efficient US mail delivery can boost voter turnout in all states no matter what their mail voting laws are, a new study shows.
“…these experiences bleed into and affect our waking lives—including how productive we are at work.”
An evidence-based, online professional development curriculum aims to help teachers handle bullying toward students with disabilities.