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Everyday learning through activity is essential for seniors, research says

Older adults should also work on understanding their own bodies

New study finds connection between school failures, in-school suspensions

Research team analyzes data from 380,000 high school freshmen in Texas public schools

Boys and girls learn social skills on different paths, according to data

A&M scholar publishes findings in Applied Developmental Science

‘Undocu-serving institutions’ create hurdles for undocumented students

Ignorance of and contradictions within official policies make academic life harder for an estimated 450,000 U.S. students

Round 4 of X-Grants program awards $7 Million to 8 interdisciplinary projects

Texas A&M’s recent X-Grant awards represent 73 A&M faculty, researchers and staff from 13 colleges.

Schools are reaping big dividends from investments in online access

New study of 9,000 schools identifies gains in academic performance

Alternative seating: How does its novelty affect classroom behavior?

A&M professor studies classroom’s use of stability ball chairs

PVAMU and Texas A&M partner for research and scholarly collaboration

30 faculty receive $300,000 through the Panther-RISE Grant Program supporting disciplines in agriculture, architecture, education, engineering, education, nursing and psychology

Anti-stigma interventions may reduce school bullying, new research says

Study identifies interventions that are effective for controlling harassment