In 2014, the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation published a paper, “Retrieval Practice as an Effective Memory Strategy in Children and Adolescents With Traumatic Brain Injury” in conjunction with Children’s Specialized and Kessler Foundation. As it was learned, children and adolescents often experience chronic difficulties with learning and memory following a traumatic brain injury (TBI), which negatively impacts current academic performance and limits subsequent educational attainment. The paper highlighted an experiment that supported “retrieval practice” (quizzing oneself on information during study) as a simple why to improve learning after pediatric TBI. This initial study was conducted during a single session within the laboratory, but future research will investigate whether the retrieval practice technique improves academic performance over time in school settings. The findings indicate the importance of learning post TBI. The paper was written by Children’s Specialized Hospital’s Julia Coyne, PhD, Post Doc Fellow Researcher; Jacquelyn Borg, PhD, Manager of Neuropsychology and Neurorehabilitation Cognitive Remediation and Neuropsychology; Leslie Glass, MSW, LCSW, Brain Injury Social Worker; James Sumowski, PhD, Clinical Research Scientist; and John DeLuca, PhD, Vice President of Research at Kessler.