Stanford professor John Rickford and graduate student Sharese King give an interview following their seminar on race and dialect prejudice in the Zimmerman trial.
Linda Darling-Hammond sits down with Maxine McKew, Vice-Chancellor's Fellow at the University of Melbourne, to discuss issues of inequality in the U.S. and abroad.
Linda Darling-Hammond discusses "Getting Teacher Evaluation Right" as part of the Dean's Lecture Series at the University of Melbourne.
Following his January 27 Brown Bag Seminar, Stanford Professor Bryan Brown gives an interview on the language-identity dilemma in science classrooms.
In this full interview following his December 9 Brown Bag, Michael Wald proposes ways in which improving parenting can improve educational outcomes.
Professor Michael Wald speaks about the likelihood that children growing up in the bottom 15-20% will stay in the bottom 15-20%, and what society should do about it.
Stanford Law's Michael Wald proposes more funding for programs such as WIC and Early Head Start so that more children can have access to a variety of programs.
Professor Wald argues that poverty generates a range of stressful circumstances that distract parents from providing the home life that promotes academic success.
In this interview, Stanford University Professor of Law Michael Wald argues that parenting is of critical importance to student success.
Looking to the past, Stanford University professor Albert Camarillo discusses a different wave of immigrants and what we can learn from their experience.