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September/October 2016

Leading the way

Joseph Castro, Haydee Rodriguez and Piya Sorcar are honored with Alumni Excellence in Education Awards for their inspiring contributions in the field.

Writers at work
A recent Faculty Writers’ Retreat offered assistant professors Marilia Librandi-Rocha and Sarah Levine an opportunity for uninte

Since spring 2015, more than four dozen junior faculty members, including those from GSE, have taken part in weeklong writing retreats.

Deeper learning
Photo: teacher with students (Photo: monkeybusinessimages/iStock)

New platform provides free resource for educators to share and find high-quality performance assessments.

In memory: Education historian David Tyack
Edward Haertel wins national educational psychology award
Leah Gordon's book, 'From Power to Prejudice,' wins prize
Alumna honored for work on teaching Latino history
It takes a village
New Stanford study finds effective way to improve literacy in developing countries. (Photo courtesy of Save the Children)

Education researchers find literacy efforts that involve home and community interventions, as well as teacher training, are most effective.

Virtual reality
Wearing a virtual reality headset, a researcher tries out the Stanford Ocean Acidification Experience, a new VR science educatio

Free science education software holds promise for spreading awareness and inspiring action on ocean acidification

How studying coastal redwoods may change behavior
When students teach students, the benefits compound
Ethical guidelines for big data: how to use and protect it
Researchers get $4.9M grant to examine Common Core
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New Student Orientation

Stanford GSE welcomed new students to campus and helped them settle in with workshops, meet-and-greets, improv and bbq.


Student Voices

Student photo Stephanie Frenel
MA program in Policy, Organization and Leadership Studies (POLS)

“The yearlong project requires us to identify a problem and propose a solution, which is a very active approach to learning about the problems organizations and schools must face.”

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