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'Education has this great multiplier effect'
Through fundamental research, teaching and engaging with the communities we serve, our scholars work to improve education for all.
What's worth reading?
Standardized tests emphasize skills that teach students to be 'critics' rather than lifelong book lovers, finds research by Sarah Levine.
Lawmakers convene at Stanford
Mitchell Stevens moderates a discussion with Congressional leaders about edtech's role in sustaining a vital American workforce.
How virtual reality may change the classroom
In this episode of 'School’s In,' Professor Jeremy Bailenson talks about the educational impact and potential of virtual reality.
Beyond Stanford: where they are now
Survey reveals high employment rates for 2016 education graduates who are working at 151 organizations in 20 states and seven countries.
Jacqueline Woodson talks race, hope and reading slowly
Alumna Carrie Penner elected to Stanford Board of Trustees
Seminars discuss study of interactive games, media
HISTORY: TAKING THE MIC
Stanford’s Black Student Union disrupted a 1968 campus assembly with 10 demands that helped shape educational history.
SCOPE Brown Bag: Jonathan Rosa
CERAS 101 Learning Center
Undergraduate Honor Cord Ceremony
West Oval Grove
IN THE MEDIA
Why Black Box Software Isn't Ready to Teach College (cites work by Candace Thille)
The College Lecture? Nobel Laureate Gives it a Failing Grade (interview with Carl Wieman)
The New York Times
No Such Thing as a Math Person (quotes Jo Boaler)
The Promise and Peril of School Vouchers (cites Martin Carnoy)
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