February 3rd, 2023
Provocations and possibilities: Stanford seminar examines the future of ChatGPT in education
On the heels of the release of ChatGPT, Stanford convenes educators from across the country for an online seminar to discuss its implications of ‘generative AI’ on education.
December 15th, 2022
2021-2022 Annual Report
The Stanford Accelerator for Learning annual report features highlights from the past academic year.
October 28th, 2022
Stanford launches center focused on forces that shape early childhood
The new interdisciplinary hub seeks to advance research and strategies to support young children’s learning and development.
June 13th, 2022
New online tool helps identify struggling readers
Jason Yeatman, director of the Brain Development & Education Lab and an affiliate of the Stanford Accelerator for Learning, has developed a highly efficient tool for screening students with reading difficulties.
October 5th, 2022
Learning summit draws global leaders in education research, policy and technology
The 2022 Stanford Accelerator for Learning Summit with the Yidan Prize Foundation focused on equitable learning opportunities, early childhood education, and learning differences.
May 18th, 2022
Announcements, Early Childhood
Early Childhood Expert Geoffrey Canada to Deliver Annual Lecture at Stanford ↗
This gathering will be filled with education visionaries who think deeply about the important questions surrounding early childhood learning.
April 25th, 2022
Leading Scholar on Early Childhood Learning Joins Faculty ↗
Renowned researcher Philip Fisher will head up a new center at Stanford focused on the science, policy, and practice of early childhood education.
April 8th, 2022
Under Resourced & Marginalized Learners
TLA Faculty Affiliate Honored for Significant Contributions to Education Research ↗
Alfredo J. Artiles recognized for the understanding of issues that disproportionately affect minority populations.
March 9th, 2022
TLA Faculty Affiliate is Part of Team that Found Reading Skills Among Young Students Stalled During the Pandemic ↗
Ben Domingue and team find that reading fluency among second- and third-graders in the U.S. is roughly 30 percent behind what would be expected in a typical year.