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A new report shows how fact checkers outpaced historians and top college students when evaluating information online.
A new study suggests that women are more heavily influenced than men by test anxiety, and points to ways to help close the gender gap.
In this episode of our podcast
, Professor Eamonn Callan says allowing space for disagreement is “the core of the education worth having.”
Q&A on research looking at homelessness in San Francisco schools
New EdCareers website provides job connections and professional development opportunities
Claudio Sassaki, MA/MBA '03, is a social entrepreneur who is working to improve education in his native Brazil using adaptive learning technologies.
mediaX: Human AI Collaboration, A Dynamic Frontier
MacKenzie Room, School of Engineering
SIEPR Policy Forum: K-12 Education
SIEPR Gunn Building
SCOPE Brown Bag: Guadalupe Valdes
Terrace Room, Margaret Jacks Hall
IN THE MEDIA
The New York Times Magazine
Why are more American teenagers than ever suffering from severe anxiety? (quotes Denise Pope)
Math classes don't work. Here's the solution (op-ed by Jo Boaler)
obel Prizes are great, but college football is why American universities dominate the globe (op-ed by David Labaree)
These 5 hacks can help you learn anything, according to a Stanford professor (interview with Candace Thille)
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