Learn about neuroeducation programs and the limits of neuroscience, in this NOVA Next article. Neuroeducation programs have grown in popularity over the past few years; however, experts warn that although these programs are not harmful to the children they intend to help, there is no real evidence that they work. While neuroscience has provided insights that have improved instruction for students with specific learning challenges, such as dyslexia, lab results don’t necessarily translate to the classroom. Ultimately, collaborations between neuroscientists and educators who understand the current limitations of neuroscience are needed to develop the most effective interventions. This resource is part of the NOVA Next Collection.