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The latest research, news and ideas from Stanford GSE.
How to stop bullying
In this episode of School's In, psychologist Philip Zimbardo talks about how children can learn to overcome shyness, deal with difficult situations and become social heroes.
Silicon Valley's uneasy relationship with higher ed
In a new book, Profs. Michael Kirst and Dick Scott say higher education in the Bay Area has fallen behind the needs of the thriving region.
An inclusive look at World War I
A new course offered at the Stanford Teaching Festival encourages middle and high school teachers to study the Great War from a global perspective.
Alumni Jeff Gilbert, Kirsten Milks and Gary Mukai are selected to receive the 2017 Alumni Excellence in Education Award. David Berliner will be honored with a GSE Centennial Lifetime Achievement Award.
Reunion weekend to feature CWOQs and micro-lectures with Professors Deborah Stipek, Nicole Ardoin and Candace Thille
Save the date: Second annual RILE research conference to examine how race, poverty and language impact education
For three decades, a master's program in dance education trained teachers of many dance forms and helped legitimize dance as an art practice.
eaching Mindset Mathematics with Jo Boaler
Paul Brest Hall
ean's Fall Kick-Off BBQ
lumni Excellence in Education Awards Reception
CERAS 101 Learning Center
IN THE MEDIA
The Washington Post
Why principals lie to ineffective teachers: Honesty takes too long (Cites research by Susanna Loeb)
We mustn't make preschool less fun for the 4-year-olds who need more help (Op-ed by Deborah Stipek)
US News & World Report
Rising popularity of dual-language education could leave Latinos behind (quotes Claude Goldenberg)
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