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EDUCATOR

January 2017

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New year, new you? How to let go of resolutions

Education scholars share research-based ideas for staying motivated, building perseverance and sparking creativity in 2017.
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RESEARCH

Closing the global achievement gap in MOOCs

A new study in the journal Science shows how brief psychological interventions can help online learners stick to their coursework.
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IDEAS

Race and language

Raciolinguistics, a new book edited by three Stanford professors, reveals the role language plays in shaping ideas about race.
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RESEARCH

5 key trends in US student performance

A new report by researchers at Stanford and EPI finds academic gains for minority students but English learners still lag behind.
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Faculty are recognized for their substantial contributions to public discussion in education in 2017 "Edu Scholar" list

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Awarding excellence: Nominate GSE alumni by April 17 for our annual prize

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ICYMI: Our most viewed research stories of 2016

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All News
 
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EVENTS
Feb
1
CERAS 101 Learning Hall
6:30pm
Feb
13
CERAS 101 Learning Hall
12:00pm
Feb
16
CERAS 101 Learning Hall
3:30pm
Event Calendar
 
IN THE MEDIA
The New York Times
Online and scared (quotes Sam Wineburg and cites SHEG study)
The Christian Science Monitor
Why keeping minority teachers in the classroom matters (cites the San Francisco Teacher Residency partnership)
Scientific American
EdSource
 
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