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The latest research, news and ideas from Stanford GSE.
'Prioritize what is important'
At commencement, women's studies pioneer Myra Strober urges Stanford education graduates to live and teach work-family balance.
Skipped classes add up
A new study finds that middle- and high-school students miss more classes due to part-day absences than full days out.
Getting the most out of summer camp
In this episode of 'School's In,' Galileo founder Glen Tripp shares advice for creating a summer experience that teaches important life skills.
Self-affirmation plays role in academic success
African American and Latino middle school students who completed self-affirming writing exercises were more likely to pursue college tracks.
Four GSE faculty receive grants to develop new digital learning tools
Two papers by SCOPE researcher aim to strengthen educator leadership
Stanford report finds that large racial and ethnic disparities persist in areas like employment, health and housing
MEMORIES: Meeting Lucien B. Kinney
A nearly forgotten scholar of math education offers Jennifer Ruef, PhD '16, some lessons for today.
Cantor Arts Center
Stanford Teaching Festival
Multiple locations on campus
Learning, Design & Technology (LDT) Expo 2017
IN THE MEDIA
Hey higher ed, why not focus on teaching? (features Carl Wieman's work)
The New York Times
The Silicon Valley billionaires remaking America's schools (quotes Larry Cuban)
How a simple writing exercise in middle school led to higher college enrollment (quotes Geoffrey Cohen)
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