Scholars at Stanford Graduate School of Education delved into many issues in education this year from research on inequality to examinations of how we learn. Below are the most viewed news stories about research from the Stanford GSE in 2016, based on Google analytics. The list, arranged chronologically, includes topics in sociology, technology, equity, history and more. If you didn't get a chance to read them the first time around, here's another look:
New research shows gains in attendance and GPA of at-risk high school students from incorporating culturally relevant pedagogy.
How shielding a few students from stereotypes benefits everyone.
An Understanding Language report highlights six high schools that are doing exceptional work to help ELLs succeed.
Leah Gordon's new book analyzes why anti-prejudice education became such a popular tool in efforts to remedy inequality in mid-20th century America
Amado Padilla’s research shows why residents of Palo Alto’s last trailer park resist pressure to move.
Sean Reardon and colleagues review more than 200 million test scores to spotlight communities with the nation’s worst achievement gaps.
Education researchers find improvement in students' math proficiency after using app.
New research shows that children in "formal" daycare settings have more educated teachers and are better prepared academically.
New platform from Google and Assistant Professor Paulo Blikstein enables designers to create tangible coding languages and kits.
Stanford education researchers distill learning theories into practical solutions for classrooms.
Education researchers find literacy efforts that involve home and community interventions, as well as teacher training, are most effective.
Education scholars say youth are duped by sponsored content and don't always recognize political bias of social messages.