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The teaching hospital: leading medicine's metamorphosis

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Stanford and other teaching hospitals remain committed to giving the most advanced care but must find a way to thrive in tighter fiscal times. The Summer 2010 issue of Stanford Medicine includes a cover story on teaching hospitals as transformers.

Stanford acquires a cache of ancient Chinese books

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China's ancient treasures are now at Stanford – thanks to China's patient labor and today's technology. The 9,100 volumes capture the best of China's past. And starting this fall, visitors will be able to thumb through these pages at the Stanford Auxiliary Library on Pampas Lane.

Many Arizona English learners could be denied services

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As many as 18 percent of eligible Arizona students could be denied services if a single home language survey question is used to identify potential English language learners, according to a new study by Education Professor Claude Goldenberg and doctoral candidate Sara Rutherford Quach.

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RIKHIL BHAVNANI and HILARY CHART win Clayman Institute graduate essay prize . . .

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