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June 2014

Message to grads: Never stop being a student

GSE commencement celebrates what it means to be a teacher, researcher and effective leader.

Commencement speaker Ed Haertel
At East Palo Alto Academy, supports for underserved students lead to success
Blanca Diaz (Photo by Norbert von der Groeben)

The charter high school celebrates its 10th commencement. More than 90 percent of its graduates will be attending college this fall.

Stanford alumnus Ted Mitchell confirmed as U.S. under secretary of education
Jim Shelton MA/MBA ’93, deputy secretary of education, swears in Ted Mitchell PhD '83 as under secretary of education.

An advocate for education reform, Mitchell led NewSchools Venture Fund and is a former president of the CA State Board of Education.

VIDEO: Prudence Carter speaks on empathy and equity at TEDxStanford
Innovations in research: GSE-IT provides new approach to data gathering
Class notes: Jackie (Wities) Levy, Travis Bristol, Danielle Harlan, Reeta Banerjee and others
The demand for ‘world-class universities’: What is driving the race to the top?
European institutions, such as Cambridge, helped initially define what it means to be a university. (Print c. 1840 by John Le Ceux, of Second Court, St. John's College, Cambridge)

Stanford professor Francisco Ramirez's research has traced how the very notion of higher education is undergoing a fundamental shift.

Tenure reform increases voluntary attrition of less effective teachers
Research suggests that modifying tenure rules increases the number of effective teachers.

A new study of New York City schools shows that recent teacher tenure reforms dramatically reduced the portion of teachers approved for tenure.

Q&A: Stanford researcher on studying college readiness among Latino and white students
SCOPE research shows effectiveness of student-centered learning in closing the opportunity gap
Involuntary teacher transfers can improve school performance, Stanford researchers say
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