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The Center on Poverty and Inequality’s annual report finds profound racial and ethnic disparities in employment, health and hous
Report finds profound and persisting inequalities in employment, health and housing.
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Study finds that students miss more classes due to part-day absences than full days out.
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In this episode of School’s In, find out how teachers and parents can motivate young people to make healthier choices.
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Interdisciplinary preparation to conduct rigorous research, relevant to educational policy and practice.


Intensive programs in K12 teaching, technology design, international studies, policy, leadership, and more.


Honors and minor programs for courses and research in the field of education.

GSE professors bring the latest advances in the social sciences, technology and teacher preparation to the field of education. Their scholarship is deepening our understanding of learning while changing policy and practice.

Candace Thille
Brigid Barron
Antero Garcia
Guillermo Solano-Flores
Bryan Brown
Peter Williamson
Thomas S. Dee
Sean Reardon
Mitchell Stevens
Myra Strober
Teresa LaFromboise

Quincy Cheung

“STEP has expanded how I think about the people that come into my class. I love my kids even more now that I remember they each have identities majorly impacted by their background, home life and experiences that vary on a day-to-day basis.”


Leaders in practice, research and policy, connecting through Stanford, to promote educational excellence.