Brown Bag—How Standardized Tests Have Asked Students to Read Literature, 1900–Present

May 22, 2017
Time: 
Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Speaker: 
Sarah Levine
Location: 
CERAS Learning Hall, Stanford University
Cost: 
Free and open to the public

Sarah Levine will present on "A Hundred years of Tone and Mood: How Standardized Tests Have Asked Students to Read Literature, 1900–Present" as part of SCOPES' Brown Bag Seminar Series. 

Sarah Levine is Assistant Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Dr. Levine's primary goal as an academic is to help shape the teaching and learning of secondary English teachers and contribute to research that will help students — especially those in urban and under-resourced schools — become independent readers and writers. Learn more

Sponsors for the 2016–17 SCOPE Brown Bag Seminar series are:

  • The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
  • The John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities
  • The Stanford Graduate School of Education