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Online therapy for autism

In this episode of School’s In, Grace Gengoux, director of the Autism Intervention Clinic at Stanford, talks about the surprise benefits of moving their program online during the pandemic.

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Power forward

Tara VanDerveer, the winningest coach in women’s college basketball history, talks about the impact of Title IX on women’s sports in this episode of the podcast School’s In.

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Stanford scholar uncovers an early activist’s fight to get Black history into schools

In a new book, Assistant Professor Michael Hines chronicles the efforts of a Chicago schoolteacher in the 1930s who wanted to remedy the portrayal of Black history in textbooks of the time.

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The rise of book bans, from Nazi book burnings to school board races

Jennifer Wolf, a senior lecturer of education, discusses a renewed push to ban books from U.S. schools and libraries.

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Graduate School of Education celebrates three class years

Graduates were encouraged to play a part in solving challenges in education, as the Graduate School of Education held an in-person ceremony for three class years.

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‘Segregation Index’ of U.S. schools

Researchers developed a new tool to track neighborhood and school segregation and found that U.S. schools remain highly segregated by race, ethnicity, and economic status.

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Closing schools intensifies gentrification

An analysis of census and school closure data finds that shuttering schools increases gentrification in Black neighborhoods nationwide.

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What’s next for COVID-19 and kids

On this episode of School’s In, Yvonne Maldonado, MD, shares the latest science on the impact of the coronavirus on kids.

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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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