Senior reporter, Quartz, covering science of learning, future of schools and early childhood development. Ten-year veteran of the New York Times where I covered finance and schools. Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs ('99), Colorado College ('94), National Cathedral School ('90). Skier, runner, reader, mom. Bad knees.
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma has big ideas to change the way we teach children, starting with growing self-knowledge, empathy, teamwork and agency.
Through the use of community health connectors, Frome was able to reduce emergency hospital admissions by 14% over three years.
The OECD’s latest global test of 15-year-olds in math, science, and reading revealed that Asian countries excel in education, with China and Singapore ranked first and second, respectively.
With British politics in turmoil ever since the result of the 2016 referendum, Theresa May finally stood down as leader this month. How will her successor carry out their Brexit strategy?
Ventilen - or 'friend to one' - is a 20-year-old organization that brings 15- to 25-year-olds together with volunteers to socialise and tackle mental health issues.
We may be a tribal species but this Oxford University anthropology researcher proved that we are more similar that we think.
Education should place emphasis on skills that robots cannot imitate, like creativity and empathy.
Playtime is vital to children's development - and shapes everything from their school readiness to their future careers. Now there's a global movement to boost opportunities for play.
Researchers say may childhood apps are more focused on making money than on the child's play experience.
A new report indicates that the college experiences from the "best" institutions don't increase happiness for those who attend.
Despite public opinion, young children and teenagers aren't the only people guilty of phone addiction, according to new research.
Start up Wonderschool allows professional caregivers and teachers to launch in-home preschools.
A new policy report from the American Academy of Pediatrics highlights the benefits of play and says kids need to be more allowed more time for free play.