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March/April 2016

Mapping inequities

Sean Reardon and colleagues review more than 200 million test scores to spotlight communities with the nation’s worst achievement gaps.

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Investing in edtech
Stanford alumni Ken Olivier and Angela Nomellini are funding a new educational technology initiative at Stanford. (Photo: Steve Castillo)

Stanford alumni Angela Nomellini and Ken Olivier give $10 million to support research, scholarship and innovation in educational technology.

Employment survey
Students met with employers at the 2015 spring Stanford Graduate School of Education career fair

Stanford EdCareers finds new alumni working at public schools, universities, startups and nonprofits from California to Cambodia.

Aspen collaboration eyes community college leaders
Myra Strober talks about struggle as feminist scholar
Eric Shed, PhD '13, leads new Harvard teacher program
Grade scrubbing
Stanford study reveals why teachers inflated test scores on New York exam. (Adam Gregor/Adobe Stock)

New study reveals why teachers inflated student test scores on New York's high school exit exams.

Community scholarship
Professor Amado Padilla has done several surveys of residents at Buena Vista Mobile Home Park. (Photo: Marc Franklin)

Amado Padilla’s research shows why residents of Palo Alto’s last trailer park resist pressure to move.

Study by Thomas Dee and alumni looks at MOOC retention rates
Researchers to convene on race, ethnicity and culture
Six Stanford researchers honored by AERA
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Latin@s in STEM

Professor Guadalupe Valdes speaks about the importance of bilingualism at Latin@s in STEM, an event hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Education in partnership with Televisa and Univision.


Student Voices

Student photo Joshua Ling
MA program in International Comparative Education (ICE)

“[The ICE students] come from all around the world, and they are all inspiringly passionate about improving education on a global scale.”

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