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April 2014

A call for compassion in education policy

Actress Anna Deavere Smith spotlights inequality and injustice in schools during a riveting Cubberley Lecture performance.

Anna Deavere Smith
Gardner Center pioneers research as catalyst for ‘community youth development’
Milbrey McLaughlin worked closely with John W. Gardner to establish the only center that he permitted to bear his name. (Photo by Steve Castillo)

Milbrey McLaughlin is honored for her work establishing the center that forged a new way for Stanford to support at-risk children and their families.

AAAS elects Darling-Hammond, Damon to 2014 class
Linda Darling-Hammond and William Damon

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of the nation's oldest honorary learned societies and a major center for independent policy research.

Video: Michelle Obama, EPAA students take part in virtual meeting
Pam Grossman named dean of Penn's Graduate School of Education
Class notes: James Canales, Kelly Amis, Vipul Redey and more; submit your own
Walking helps get the creative juices flowing, new study finds
Many people claim they do their best thinking while walking. A new study finds that walking indeed boosts creative inspiration. (Photo: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

New research by Daniel Schwartz and Marily Oppezzo finds that people are more creative while walking — whether indoors or outside — versus sitting.

Two-language instruction best for English-language learners, research suggests
Researchers examined student performance in various SFUSD English learning programs (Photo: Sonia Savio)

A partnership between the Graduate School of Education and San Francisco Unified School District examines four ways of teaching English Learners.

Dan McFarland examines why workers team up with the same people again and again
"Dumb jock" stereotypes can impact athletes' academic performance, research suggests
ESL teachers in Common Core Era need different prep, paper argues
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