During the 2016 presidential election, broad support for Donald Trump came from most communities in Appalachia, where he received 63 percent of the vote. A great deal of national attention was directed to the people of this region, which spans from southern New York to Mississippi and Alabama.
The average education level in a school’s county and the number of Southern natives living there most influence US public schools to use corporal punishment, new research suggests.
Low-income moms report good experiences in managing their child’s media use—challenging negative assumptions about low-income mothers and screen time management.
On July 16, viewers around the world will eagerly tune into the premiere of the seventh season of “Game of Thrones.”
A new study indicates that burnout may be contagious among young teachers.