Researchers on the latest Ready To Learn transmedia study found that texting was a useful tool for engaging and retaining family participants.
We are mourning the loss of our longtime colleague, Jeffrey Nelson.
Dr. Babette Moeller and Michelle Cerrone are co-authors of a paper in a special issue of Bank Street’s Occasional Paper Series.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik will be a featured panelist at the National Educational Telecommunications Association conference this week in Tampa Bay, FL.
In honor of National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, CCT's Noah Goodman has posted an article about his work with TV411.org, the website of the public television program for adult literacy.
CCT is pleased to be able to continue our work on the Ready To Learn Initiative, thanks to a new 5-year grant to CPB and PBS from the U.S. Dept. of Education's Office of Innovation and Improvement.
CCT researcher Naomi Hupert is quoted in an LA Times story on the increasing competition among streaming services for young audiences.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has funded a new interactive digital history game in WNET's award-winning Mission US series.
Zoom In, our free online tool for teaching middle-school US history and literacy skills, is live!
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik is quoted in an article on new research that shows 2-year-olds using multiple mobile devices.
"Connecting Underrepresented Youth to STEM Through Culturally Relevant Game Design" is a new post by Jim Diamond on the LTD blog.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik writes about family routines, boundaries, and the structures that allow children to develop creativity, on the Joan Ganz Cooney Center Blog.
Dr. Ashley Lewis Presser and Dr. Peggy Clements are coauthors of a new article in Early Education and Development on the effectiveness of a PreK and K math curriculum .
Dr. Peggy Clements is a co-author of a new research report on the ways in which schools are using online courses for their students.