Our guest explores how reminding yourself that you don't know everything can have a profound impact on your relationships, and our society.
How can educators respond to mass shootings in schools?
Researchers explain the most common causes of stress and distress at college, and what students can do to thrive during a big life transition.
A new study finds that a short empathy training for teachers can reduce suspensions for students of color.
Transgender teens face heightened risks of depression and suicide—but practicing self-compassion can improve their mental health and resilience.
Simple ways for educators to help students move from “me” to “we.”
Shame and shunning make mental illness worse. But new studies suggest that attitudes are changing for the better—and that’s largely due…
A new program is preparing leaders to facilitate systemic change in education in order to better serve all students.
The new Pixar film has moved viewers young and old to take a look inside their own minds.
Bestselling author Michael Pollan tries to get more out of life by temporarily giving up one of his pleasures.
A new study identifies the most effective approaches to bullying prevention.
Our team names the most provocative and influential findings published during this past year.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
Restorative practices—taking responsibility, making amends, and seeking forgiveness—are an alternative to strict punishments and blame.
Challenge and crisis have shaped the lives of today's college students. Where do they go from here?
Research suggests that fostering character strengths can help children be better students.