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November/December 2015

Year in review: Click to see our top research stories

View of Cubberley and Barnum Center from the Meyer Green, which opened in November. (Photo: Sofiia Kukhar)
Free MOOC for science teachers
Jonathan Osborne

The online course, Reading to Learn in Science, will be offered from January through April by Professor Jonathan Osborne.

Understanding Newark's past
The skyline of Newark, N.J.

To help mark Newark's 350th anniversary, Stanford education scholars will be working with the city's teachers to craft lessons about its past.

Milbrey McLaughlin awarded honorary doctorate
Happy 100th birthday to former dean Tom James
UC-Berkeley GSE appoints Prudence Carter to be dean
Class notes: Abigail Falik, Jane Binger, Dylan Arena
Grading the assessments

Report says U.S. policymakers should focus less on international tests and more on how states compare to each other when trying to improve schools.

Are California students getting bad science?
New Stanford report says California science books misinterpret the science behind climate change. (Photo: Christopher Michel/Flickr)

Study shows that middle school students in California are reading material that does not convey scientific certainty about climate change.

Stanford scholars meet on religion and education
Study launched on finding meaning later in life
Report examines partnership on school index
Waldorf-inspired approach leads to strong student outcomes
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Learning gender

Travis Bristol, a research and policy fellow at the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education, talks about the role of gender in the classroom and the ways to engage boys in the school environment at the Stanford 125th learning symposium.


Student Voices

Student photo David Morales
Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP)

“I decided to come to Stanford because I knew that I would be working with the leaders in education. It is surreal to be surrounded by such renowned experts in the field.”

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