While, nationally, students of color and low-income students continue to achieve at far lower levels than their more advantaged peers, some schools are breaking that trend. A set of case studies looks at four of these schools in Northern California.
The CCTC has unanimously approved an innovative assessment model that evaluates teacher performance in the classroom, rather than relying only on paper-and-pencil tests.
From June 19-23, 150 school district superintendents, principals, board members, teacher leaders and other administrators will converge at Stanford to push forward districtwide redesign and high school reform efforts.
The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education presented Linda Darling-Hammond with the Margaret B. Lindsey Award for Distinguished Research in Teacher Education.
SRN announces the release of a new study kit designed for educators involved in or considering a school redesign.
A new study released today by Stanford University researchers examines the impacts of state testing practices and the effectiveness of various approaches.
A group of the nation’s leading education experts today released new criteria for high-quality student assessment that pave the way to deeper learning of 21st-century skills.
In early May, 409 education reporters, communicators, and public figures gathered in Stanford for the 66th annual seminar of the Education Writers Association.
Linda Darling-Hammond and Kathleen Harris have been named Chair and Vice Chair of the Commission on Teacher Credentialing for 2013.
SCOPE is co-hosting the National Education Writers Association's 66th National Seminar, "Creativity Counts: Innovation in Education and the Media."