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$10 million gift to advance educational technology

27 April 2016 - Stanford News Center

By Brooke Donald Angela Nomellini ’75 and Ken Olivier ’74 fund new edtech initiative at the Graduate School of Education. Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) has received a $10 million gift to support research, scholarship and innovation in educational technology... read more.

Common Core and the Heritage Spanish Classroom

20 July 2015 - Stanford Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford World Language Project, Center to Support Excellence in Teaching

Aquire and share strategies for culturally responsive pedagogy, motivating students, and more.
Nearly half of all teachers leave the classroom within five years. In schools that serve low-income students, the turnover is even higher — leaving the most vulnerable students with the least experienced teachers. The Hollyhock Fellowship Program aims to help stop this revolving door by encouraging, supporting and recognizing highly motivated early-career high school teachers and providing them with rich learning opportunities with colleagues nationwide.