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January/February 2016

Classroom Booster

How shielding a few students from stereotypes benefits everyone.

Stanford study finds that the benefits of psychological interventions don't end with the individual but can trigger change in a group. (Photo: michaeljung/Shutterstock)
'Shark Tank'-style challenge
Master's students present their proposal to alumni panelists during the POLS Challenge. (Photo: Marc Franklin)

Master's students in the POLS program are asked what would they do with $200 million in education funding.

Paying it forward
Peng Wu, left, with Professor Christine Min Wotipka.

Peng Wu donated part of his savings after graduation in the hopes of helping another student working on issues of social inequality.

Faculty recognized for influence on education policy
Alumni Award nominations due April 1
Class notes: Joyce Elaine King, Rebecca Altamirano, more
New model for English learners
A new Stanford report outlines ways schools can support English language learners. (Photo: Steve Debenport/iStock)

An Understanding Language report highlights six high schools that are doing exceptional work to help ELLs succeed. Webinar March 21.

The history of racism

Leah Gordon's new book analyzes why anti-prejudice education became such a popular tool in efforts to remedy inequality in mid-20th century America

Study suggests academic benefits to ethnic studies
How to change your attitude about math: tips in new book
5 ways to help kids stay balanced, motivated and resilient
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School Quality and Improvement

The John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities is partnering with SFUSD to come up with new measures of student success that go beyond test scores.


Student Voices

Student photo Kathleen Remington
PhD program in Developmental and Psychological Sciences

“One of the things I’ve found most remarkable about the Graduate School of Education is the flexibility to explore interdisciplinary lines of work.”

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