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September/October 2015

Open to interpretation

To close a language gap between parents and teachers, a community initiative draws on the GSE's bilingual talents.

GSE student Efrain Brito, second from left, interprets with Maria Guzman, her son and his teacher, Randy Vail at Pescadero Middle School.
Leading the way
Carla Pugh

Three exceptional alumni, including Dr. Carla Pugh (pictured), to be honored Oct. 23, for transforming education in local, national and global realms.

Edtech against HIV
Students at Zilla Parishad High School, in the south Indian metropolis of Hyderabad, gather to watch an educational video about HIV/AIDS. (Photo: TeachAIDS)

GSE-born nonprofit, TeachAIDS, uses innovative video software, culturally-sensitive curriculum and star power to teach about the disease.

New faculty bring expertise in assessment, literacy, race
Reardon wins Spencer award for ‘imaginative’ work
McFarland receives Gould prize for speed dating paper
The kindergarten question: To go or not to go?
The new Stanford study found improved self-regulation in children who delayed kindergarten by a year. (Photo credit: Christopher Futcher/iStock)

A new research paper co-authored by Professor Thomas Dee finds strong evidence of mental health benefits in delaying kindergarten.

School choice: 10 years after Katrina
SCOPE policy brief examines portfolio of New Orleans charter schools. (Photo courtesy of SCOPE)

A SCOPE policy brief finds New Orleans charter schools deliver inequitable school experiences, stratified by race, class and educational advantage.

Quality of homework impacts student achievement
California schools holding back English Learners
Scholars to study how kids judge online credibility
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