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Stanford Graduate School of Education Research Center Introduces Cross-National Study Central to Debates about Future of the U.S. Education System

Stanford Graduate School of Education Research Center Introduces Cross-National Study Central to Debates about Future of the U.S. Education System

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

New research-based evidence supports investment in public schools as a better alternative than the privatization of education.

An Online Community Resource Base for Educators

An Online Community Resource Base for Educators

Monday, October 24, 2016

The Performance Assessment Resource Bank (PARB) is a free online resource for K-12 teachers, administrators, and policy makers.

Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education Study Examines Outcomes of Bank Street College Teacher Preparation Program

Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education Study Examines Outcomes of Bank Street College Teacher Preparation Program

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Insight into the outcomes of Bank Street’s teacher preparation model for developing meaningful learning opportunities.

New study describes how diverse high schools successfully implement social emotional learning

New study describes how diverse high schools successfully implement social emotional learning

Friday, April 24, 2015

New study describes how diverse high schools successfully implement social emotional learning  

New agency could play critical role in improving California schools

New agency could play critical role in improving California schools

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

A report from Linda Darling-Hammond and Plank examines key elements of the education accountability system now being enacted by the state.

Innovative New Project by CTA, Stanford Enriches Instruction, Teacher and Student Learning on New Standards

Innovative New Project by CTA, Stanford Enriches Instruction, Teacher and Student Learning on New Standards

Monday, December 1, 2014

CTA members, including National Board Certified teachers, are teaming up with Stanford University experts for a three-year project driven by a corps of veteran classroom leaders to enrich instruction and foster deeper student learning with the new academic standards.

New research offers guidance on how Californians can create relevant college- and career-ready classrooms for all students

New research offers guidance on how Californians can create relevant college- and career-ready classrooms for all students

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

A new report proposes effective approaches that policymakers and administrators can use to address ways that student accomplishments illustrating career readiness can be included in graduation standards and conveyed to prospective colleges and employers.

New report shows technology can close achievement gaps and improve learning outcomes for at-risk students

New report shows technology can close achievement gaps and improve learning outcomes for at-risk students

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

A new report finds that technology can produce significant gains in student achievement and engagement, particularly among at-risk students. 

New research shows effectiveness of student-centered learning approaches in closing the opportunity gap

New research shows effectiveness of student-centered learning approaches in closing the opportunity gap

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A cross-case analysis, a technical report, an educators' tool, and a research and policy brief offer evidence of the positive impact of student-centered learning.

New study gives Linked Learning practitioners practical tools for creating performance assessment systems

New study gives Linked Learning practitioners practical tools for creating performance assessment systems

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

This new guide offers teachers, principals, and administrators tools and examples from the Linked Learning field for developing a performance assessment system.

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