A study of 12,000 students in the US found adopting a growth mindset could help them do better in school.
Examples from Rwandan drones to Nepalese AI data input show that developing countries don't have to miss out on this industrial revolution.
Organizations in the digital age have a talent challenge, and neurodiversity provides a new perspective and an untapped set of skills.
Getting girls into classrooms remains hugely important in some of the world’s poorest countries, and it can be achieved with targeted measures like, for example, making daily commutes safer.
Education, employment and entrepreneurship: the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution demands a fundamental reconfiguring of our approach to all three. But as our recent history show...
Students of the Maitland Lutheran School in South Australia are being taught their local Aboriginal language, Narungga, by a human-like robot called Pink. The school is located on the tra...
Bronze medalist and Judo champion Peter Paltchik details what drove him to overcome adversity and push himself to excel in the sport he loves.
Survey results and research by MIT Sloan’s Robert Pozen reveal common habits and skills among highly productive managers.
67 book lists have been mined to compile the ultimate summer reading list.
Although not everyone is a bookworm, a solid grounding in reading from a young age brings a variety of benefits to a child.
Indian women are forced to take on numerous responsibilities including housework and employment, but this has a grave impact on the time left for child support.
Libraries are an important part of public learning, and some cities make a lot more use of the books available to them than others.
Pulling out of Europe threatens the funding and international cooperation on which cutting-edge research depends.
New data show the extent to which the world is off track in its education commitments
Fuelled by new institutions, new fields of study and new attitudes, the years between 1945 and 1967 were a Golden Age for universities, according to Times Higher Education.