Welcome to professional learning at Stanford Graduate School of Education. We offer a variety of research-based learning opportunities for educators and school system leaders.
Take a look at what we have to offer and consider joining our community of education professionals, learning together to support excellence and equity in education.
Attend a webinar, workshop, or multi-day institute. Our learning opportunities are designed to be engaging and model effective teaching practices. Join us!
Our cohort-based learning experiences leverage Stanford faculty and research, collaboration with peers, and ongoing support to take your career to the next level.
Stanford EdLEADers is a professional certificate program for K–12 school system leaders. Flexible, 100% virtual, and cohort-based, EdLEADers is offered jointly with Stanford Graduate School of Business and is designed to equip education leaders to effect systemic improvements in their districts.
This year-long fellowship for aspiring community college presidents aims to develop exceptional leaders who can push the field forward and achieve high levels of student success.
Hollyhock is a suite of programs that offer transformational professional learning to early-career high school teachers, leadership development for graduates of the program, and professional development and community for school leaders of participating schools.
The GSE’s National Board Resource Center offers an online, cohort-based program of support for educators seeking National Board certification. The program is open to all teachers interested in high-quality collaboration and professional development.
Our research centers offer a variety of online, self-paced learning opportunities for educators and school leaders.
This course unpacks the teaching approach that was used in an 18-lesson intervention that raised the achievement of students learning mathematics by the equivalent of 2.7 years of school. It includes over 30 videos of the teaching and interviews with students, and will be helpful for teachers and leaders of K-16 mathematics.
Center to Support Excellence in Teaching works in educational partnerships to solve persistent problems of practice by improving the quality of instruction, keeping equity at the center of the work, and developing leaders.
Challenge Success provides schools and families with proven strategies that promote well-being and engagement with learning to transform the student experience. They offer resources and learning experiences for schools, families, and students.
Stanford History Education Group’s professional learning, curriculum, and assessments support research-based instructional methods in history. SHEG also offers the Civic Online Reasoning curriculum for educators in all subject areas to teach critical online inquiry skills.
The California World Language Project (CWLP) is a collaborative project that conducts research on topics pertaining to Second Language Acquisition and sponsors professional learning opportunities for World Language educators.
Youcubed’s mission is to inspire, educate, and empower teachers of mathematics, transforming the latest research into accessible and practical forms. Youcubed offers learning opportunities, community, and resources.
GSE faculty bring the latest advances in the social sciences, technology, and teacher preparation to the field of education. You can learn more through our research centers page.
We’d love to hear from you! For questions or to inquire about customized learning experiences for your school or district, please contact