SCOPE senior scholar Ann Lieberman shares her experience with equity and teacher leadership in Canada.
Psychology professor Carol Dweck focuses on equity and opportunity in an event co-sponsored by the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities.
Linguistics professor John Rickford and doctoral student Sharese King will examine the topics of race and literacy in the context of the George Zimmerman trial.
Stanford associate professor Bryan Brown will present a lecture on how language and identity affect students' ability to learn.
Stanford Law School professor Michael Wald gives a Brown Bag talk on how to boost educational outcomes by improving parenting.
Patricia Gurin will address the importance of engaging diversity so that future U.S. leaders can address demographic, democracy, and dispersion challenges.
In an event co-sponsored by SCOPE, Glenn Singleton will speak about his experience building anti-racist school systems.
In this Brown Bag, Albert Camarillo will discuss race, ethnicity, and public education in California and his own experiences as a student in Compton.
Edward Haertel will discuss the reliability and validity of using value-added scores to assess teaching quality.