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August 2014

Students develop creative learning tools

Design and technology come together in education projects that provide a research-based solution to a learning problem.

The TandemArt app is
STEM program builds ties between Stanford and East Palo Alto middle school
Students from the d.Loft STEM Learning program (Photo courtesy of Maureen Carroll)

The innovative course and afterschool mentor program bring lessons from education, design and engineering to local school.

Stanford President John Hennessy urges teachers to become leaders and advocates
Stanford President John Hennessy speaks to participants in the Hollyhock Fellowship for Teachers program during their lunchtime session Tuesday. (Photo by LA Cicero)

"You are engaged in one of the absolutely most important things that occurs in this country," Hennessy tells the visiting Hollyhock teaching fellows.

Peter Williamson appointed to direct STEP Secondary
Hollyhock teaching fellows begin two-year CSET professional development program
Giving Back: Alumna Tanya Pine Capuano makes bequest to support GSE programs
Testing gains from extra time in math class not lasting, study finds
Cutting PE, arts or foreign language classes to give middle-school students struggling in math extra time in the subject improves their math test scores in the short term, but at what cost to their broader education? (Shutterstock)

CEPA's Eric Taylor finds that students who spent more of the school day in math class had higher math scores, but the gains did not last for long.

NCAA conference affiliation linked to academic prestige in Stanford/Iowa study

Findings suggest that proposed changes in treatment of college athletes could benefit certain universities' status beyond the football stadium.

Tests that look like video games, assess learning
Gardner Perspective: The potential of family engagement to improve student outcomes
Student projects: Reducing online distractions, teaching science in Haiti
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