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Stanford Graduate School of Education Educator
May 2014

An interview with Deborah Stipek

The new dean discusses the Common Core standards, research partnerships in education, preparing teachers and other subjects.

Deborah Stipek
New online course for students offers fresh approach to math
Jo Boaler (second from right) offers an alternative to the traditional drill and memorization emphasis in U.S. math classes. (Courtesy of Reel Link Films)

Jo Boaler's online lessons show how to engage students by discussing underlying concepts, not just by focusing on getting the right answer.

Free tool helps districts prepare students to enter and succeed in college
The CRIS resource series aims to help districts develop strategies to ensure students are college ready when they leave high school. (Shutterstock)

The CRIS resource series provides districts with early diagnostic indications of what students need to become college ready.

Strong employment report for GSE Class of 2013
Video: Anna Deavere Smith Q&A with Carter, Reardon at Cubberley Lecture
Alumni focus: Janet Coffey ’92, PhD ’03, speaks about a novel science competition
Videogame boosts student performance on statistics test
Dylan Arena and Daniel Schwartz adapted the videogame Space Invaders to help teach statistics. (Photo by Ian Terpin)

New study by Daniel Schwartz and Dylan Arena shows how games can prepare students to learn in formal environments, such as school.

CEPA wins federal grant to promote education policy research skills
Sean Reardon (standing) introduces John Easton (center), director of the Institute of Education Sciences, before his talk at Stanford in 2012 to faculty and students in the doctoral training program. (Photo by Hiep Ho/CEPA)

The training program helps the next generation of scholars to apply advanced quantitative methods to the needs of school districts.

Students explore questions of religion, education
PACE report urges local educators to use new funding for long-term strategies
Brief: Unpacking the ACT exam to improve college performance and retention
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