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EDUCATOR June 2017

'Prioritize what is important'

At commencement, women's studies pioneer Myra Strober urges Stanford education graduates to live and teach work-family balance. 
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RESEARCH

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.
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STANFORD RADIO

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.
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RESEARCH

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.
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Four GSE faculty receive grants to develop new digital learning tools

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Two papers by SCOPE researcher aim to strengthen educator leadership

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Stanford report finds that large racial and ethnic disparities persist in areas like employment, health and housing

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Our Centennial

A nearly forgotten scholar of math education offers Jennifer Ruef, PhD '16, some lessons for today.
GSE Centennial
EVENTS
Jul
9
Cantor Arts Center
11:00am
Jul
31
Multiple locations on campus
9:00am
Aug
4
CERAS Lobby
4:00pm
Event Calendar
 
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NPR
The New York Times
Education Week
 
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