In the News

November 12, 2015
Article from October, 2015, California Educator:
Linda Darling-Hammond's new think tank taps Stanford alumni and faculty expertise
September 8, 2015
The Learning Policy Institute aims to be 'transpartisan,' seeking to advance education policies and practices founded in research.
Can Peer Accountability Groups Help Students Achieve Their Goals?
July 2, 2015
KQED article features SCOPE's research on a school that applies a peer accountability program.
Thinking About Ed. Data From the Student's Perspective
June 12, 2015
Jon Snyder and Elizabeth Leisy Stosich are cited in a EdWeek post about achievement indicators.
Scholar with Guyanese Roots Talks About Education
June 1, 2015
The Guyana Chronicle features Travis J. Bristol's recommendations for raising teacher education standards in Guyana.
One Step Closer to a New Accountability System for California Schools?
May 14, 2015
EdWeek highlights Linda Darling-Hammond's views about reformulating the accountability system in California.
What Does It Take?: Teacher Recruitment & Retention
May 11, 2015
NYC Young Men’s Initiative features Travis J. Bristol's research on male teachers of color in their Spring 2015 magazine.
Local teacher benefits from leadership academy
March 11, 2015
The Kern Valley Sun describes one teacher's expectations for participating in the Instructional Leadership Corps. 
 Connecting the classroom to promising health careers
January 20, 2015
The PBS NewsHour looks at student-centered learning at Oakland's Life Academy. Researcher Diane Friedlaender weighs in with findings from a SCOPE study on the subject.
The Pursuit of Deeper Learning
December 2, 2014
The Atlantic quotes from a 2010 paper written by SCOPE's Linda Darling-Hammond and Frank Adamson in an article about how a California charter school is emphasizing performance assessments over standardized testing.