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Associated Press
Professor Philip Fisher, director of the Stanford Center on Early Childhood, cautions that employer-run programs could undercut efforts to recognize child care as a public good.
May 20, 2024
LA Times
Professor Thomas S. Dee weighs in on the slowing but continued rise in enrollment at California public schools.
May 17, 2024
Smithsonian Magazine
A new interactive tool developed by the Educational Opportunity Project at Stanford University, led by Professor Sean Reardon, provides data on segregation trends in U.S. states, counties, metropolitan areas, and school districts from 1991 to 2022.
May 17, 2024
USA Today
Assistant Professor Michael Hines addresses the backlash associated with school districts' efforts to offer AP African American studies.
April 28, 2024
Associate Professor Victor Lee discusses approaches to teaching AI literacy in K-12 schools and the role of AI in education.
April 24, 2024
Research by the National Student Support Accelerator, a program led by GSE Professor Susanna Loeb, finds that D.C. students who participated in an intensive tutoring program were more likely to show up to school on days when they had a scheduled session.
March 22, 2024
The New York Times
Professor Philip Fisher, director of the Stanford Center on Early Childhood, shares findings from the RAPID survey project, which has been regularly polling households with young children since the beginning of the pandemic.
March 13, 2024
The New York Times
Professor Sean Reardon and Demetra Kalogrides, a research associate at the Center for Education Policy Analysis, model four alternatives to race-based admissions practices.
March 9, 2024
Business Insider
Associate Professor Victor Lee discusses CRAFT, a Stanford initiative providing teachers with classroom-ready resources on AI.
February 27, 2024
Christian Science Monitor
A study by Professor Thomas S. Dee found that a literacy program using a science of reading approach produced significant and cost-effective improvements.
February 27, 2024
Associate Professor Patricia Bromley discusses her research and the development of the free online World Education Reform Database.
February 19, 2024
Word in Black
Associate Professor Victor Lee weighs in on the potential for the increasing adoption of AI tools to worsen race and equity issues.
February 13, 2024
Research led by Professor Sean Reardon found that from spring 2022 to spring 2023, students made important learning gains, making up for about one-third of the learning they had missed in math and a quarter of the learning they had missed in reading during the pandemic.
February 9, 2024
LA Times
A new report co-authored by Professor Sean Reardon shows the pace of academic recovery for about 8,000 school districts in 30 U.S. states.
February 1, 2024
The New York Times
An analysis of nationwide data on schools’ recovery led by Professor Sean Reardon shows that achievement gaps have widened, with the poorest students the furthest behind.
January 31, 2024

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