Each summer, LDT students showcase their master’s projects at a lively event that draws a crowd of education and tech professionals, potential investors, and curious community members. Students show off their work while gaining valuable feedback from people in the field.
Center for Educational Research at Stanford
This event is free and open to the public.
Masks are strongly encouraged.
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To learn more about the cost of the program and options for financial support, please visit Financing Your Master’s Degree on the admissions website.
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