Video Archive

Michael Wald: Education and Parenting Policies Needed for Poorest 20%
December 9, 2013
Professor Wald argues that poverty generates a range of stressful circumstances that distract parents from providing the home life that promotes academic success.
 Michael Wald: What Works to Address Parenting and Poverty
December 9, 2013
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.
Michael Wald: A Moral Responsibility to Support the Poorest 20%
December 9, 2013
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.
Michael Wald: Full Interview on "Improving Educational Outcomes by Improving Parenting"
December 9, 2013
In this full interview following his December 9 Brown Bag, Michael Wald proposes ways in which improving parenting can improve educational outcomes.
Albert Camarillo: A Dramatic Shift in Demographics and Funding
November 4, 2013
Stanford University professor Albert Camarillo discusses the change in demographics and financing to state schools over the last 50 years.
Albert Camarillo: New Policies for a New Generation
November 4, 2013
Albert Camarillo, the Leon Sloss Jr. Memorial Professor, talks about emerging policies for English language learners and impoverished children.
Albert Camarillo: Reinvesting in Public Education the Only Option
November 4, 2013
Brown Bag speaker Albert Camarillo examines the consequences of just looking at our own children and failing to see the bigger picture.
Albert Camarillo: How the Past Informs Policy
November 4, 2013
Looking to the past, Stanford University professor Albert Camarillo discusses a different wave of immigrants and what we can learn from their experience.
Edward Haertel: The Flaws of Using Value-Added Models for Teacher Assessment
October 21, 2013
Stanford University professor Edward Haertel discusses what's wrong with using value-added models for teacher assessment.
Edward Haertel: When Value-Added Models Are Used in the Wrong Context
October 21, 2013
Edward Haertel, the Stanford Jacks Family Professor of Education, Emeritus, talks about when it is inappropriate to use value-added models.