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The New York Times
Assistant Professor Sarah Levine considers a selection of essays to determine whether each had been written by ChatGPT or a human student.
December 26, 2022
The New Yorker
An appraisal of math instruction over the past century cites research by Professor Jo Boaler into the effects of detracking classes.
November 15, 2022
San Francisco Chronicle
Associate Professor Anthony Lising Antonio explains implications of a Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action.
October 30, 2022
Washington Post
GSE faculty members Ari Kelman, Emily Levine, and Mitchell Stevens argue that universities can engender renewed public trust by acknowledging errors of the past.
October 12, 2022
In an op-ed, Associate Professor Antero Garcia urges teachers and students to change the way they talk about the treatment of immigrants in the United States.
October 2, 2022
The Hechinger Report
In an op-ed, Associate Professor Patricia Bromley and doctoral student Minju Choi argue that when it comes to identifying policies to improve education, evidence proving effectiveness is not enough.
September 27, 2022
Washington Post
A study led by Associate Professor Jelena Obradović shows that excessive parental involvement when children are focused on an activity can undermine behavioral development.
August 6, 2022
The Economist
Research led by Associate Professor Patricia Bromley shows that American history textbooks remain largely focused on the accomplishments of white men, while research led by Professor Thomas S. Dee shows sustained benefits of a high school ethnic studies course.
July 14, 2022
An op-ed coauthored by Associate Professor Antero Garcia calls for making edtech companies answerable to the public schools that use them.
May 8, 2022
Cal Matters
Professor Emerita Deborah Stipek weighs in on the benefits of preschool and transitional kindergarten.
April 20, 2022
The New York Times
Professor Thomas S. Dee discusses research on the impact of a program that targeted pay raises to high-performing teachers.
April 14, 2022
LA Times
Research by Assistant Professor Francis A. Pearman and doctoral student Danielle Marie Greene found that school closures increase the likelihood of property values rising and more affluent families moving into predominantly Black neighborhoods.
April 11, 2022
Professor Emerita Linda Darling Hammond talks about high turnover in the teaching profession and ways to improve retention.
April 5, 2022
Senior Lecturer Denise Pope talks about the price children have paid in the pandemic, and what parents and others can do to support them.
March 18, 2022
Professor Deborah Stipek discusses the importance of free play and "playful learning," which contributes to young children’s academic skills without undermining their motivation to learn.
December 8, 2021

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