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The latest research, news and ideas from Stanford GSE.
Future STEM leaders
KTVU profiles a weeklong science camp led by Professor Bryan Brown that brings 5th and 6th graders to campus for experiments and learning.
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Testing pressures impact on young learners
Susanna Loeb finds that the pressure of rigorous accountability systems may be encouraging schools to place their least effective teachers in the youngest grades.
How Sal Khan revolutionized online learning
In this episode of School’s In, the founder of the Khan Academy talks about his journey from family tutor to educational entrepreneur.
Private schools out of reach for middle class
In a new study, Sean Reardon highlights how shifts in private school enrollment could come to perpetuate the nation’s growing wealth divide.
Faculty approve new cross-disciplinary PhD program studying race, inequality and language
Learning, Design and Technology student projects address issues of mental health, community activism and more
GSE scholars among winners of grants aimed at developing innovative solutions to environmental problems
In 1945, Dean Grayson Kefauver helped create UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Social and Cultural Organization.
tanford Teaching Festival
CERAS 101 Learning Center
eaching Mindset Mathematics
Paul Brest Hall
IN THE MEDIA
The Mercury News
A civic Sputnik moment for education is upon us (commentary by Tom Ehrlich)
female Stanford labor economist urges graduates to avoid the trap of "trying to have" it all (cites Myra Strober)
Times Higher Education
ook of the Week: A Perfect Mess, By David Labaree
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