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How to help a stressed child calm down

A Stanford study shows that taking a few slow, deep breaths significantly reduces children’s physiological arousal in everyday settings.

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Daniel Schwartz receives Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize

Daniel L. Schwartz, dean of Stanford Graduate School of Education, is honored for 'relentless' innovation in learning and science.

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How to teach data science in‌ K-12 schools

A team of scholars led by education Professor Jo Boaler introduces standards for teaching data science to students from kindergarten to high school.

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Stanford Graduate School of Business —

Meet the MBA Class of 2023: One Class, 426 Stories

Get to know Stanford GSB’s new MBA class by the numbers.

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The story behind the modern university

Stanford GSE professor Emily J. Levine explores the history of the research university and the lessons it offers for academic leaders today.

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Stanford Transforming Learning Accelerator —

Creating new opportunities for working learners

A Stanford-led convening brought employers, educators and researchers together to frame an applied science of adult learning.

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Undergrads join local high school students for an uncommon learning experience

A course led by Graduate School of Education professor Jonathan Rosa brings Stanford undergrads and Sequoia High School students together to learn from one another.

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Stanford News Service —

How school reopening decisions influenced enrollment drop

Stanford education Professor Thomas S. Dee discusses new research examining the impact of school policies to go remote or in-person in 2020-21.

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Stanford News —

Can schools punish a student for a social media post?

Professor Bill Koski and students with the Youth & Education Law Project at Stanford talk about what’s at stake in the landmark case.

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National study of high school students’ digital skills paints worrying portrait, Stanford researchers say

Researchers charged 3,446 American students with vetting news stories and other digital content. Students tried, mostly in vain, to find truth.

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