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The latest research, news and ideas from Stanford GSE.
Celebrating a century
The education school is 100 years old! We're marking the milestone with special events, an interactive website and more. A kick-off party is April 20.
Vouchers and student performance
A report by Professor Martin Carnoy says vouchers distract from other policies that could yield higher returns.
Motivating for math
Professor Jo Boaler's undergraduate class brings 120 middle school girls to campus for a day of mathematical challenges and inspiration.
Can online distractions be good?
In this episode of
, Dan Schwartz and Denise Pope consider whether jumping from one task to another actually benefits learning.
Nominate an alumni for excellence in education
"I have always been intrigued with how some students seem to 'get' something right away while others take more time."
ANTHONY MURO VILLA III, PhD
Discover other students' stories
CEPA Seminar: Coming of Age in the Other America
CERAS Learning Hall
Centennial Kick-off Party
School of Education, Lasuen Mall
San Antonio, TX
Cubberley Lecture Series: Jacqueline Woodson
IN THE MEDIA
Why even great teaching strategies can backfire and what to do about it (quotes Dan Schwartz)
The preschool fade-out effect is not inevitable (commentary by Deborah Stipek)
Education for sale? School choice and the future of American education (commentary by Linda Darling-Hammond)
More teens consume and share news, but are disappointed by what they read (quotes Sam Wineburg)
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