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Stanford educator Denise Pope finds that quality is more important than quantity when it comes to evaluating homework assignments for K-12 students. (Shutterstock)
Research suggests that the quality of a homework assignment can have a significant impact on student achievement and motivation.
The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin, is on view at Cantor Arts Center. An image of the statue also appears on brochures celebrating the "Thinking Big About Learning" symposium on Oct. 18. (Tamer Shabani)
GSE faculty lead discussions on learning to launch Stanford’s 125th anniversary celebration.
Linda Darling-Hammond
Alumni and faculty join Linda Darling-Hammond's Learning Policy Institute and its effort to translate research into policy.

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