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Welcome to the Stanford/SFUSD Partnership

About the Partnership

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Stanford University and San Francisco Unified School District partnership unites research and practice to shape educational practices and policies that maximize educational experiences for all students. The Partnership matches researchers from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education with SFUSD district leaders to solve key problems of practice. Together, they create research projects that directly inform the school district’s work to transform teaching and learning for our children in the 21 st  century.

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Recent News

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Going to school is optional: Schools need to engage students to increase their lifetime opportunities

Brookings

October 2015

As part of a quantitative study, Stanford Researchers Susanna Loeb and Jing Liu use a slightly different lens to account for chronic absenteeism in secondary grades (6-12th)

New research shows broad academic benefits for students taking ethnic studies classes

Adolfo Guzman-Lopez, KPCC Southern California Public Radio

January 6, 2016

Emily Penner featured in a story on the expansion of Ethnic Studies in California. Her study of San Francisco's ethnic studies program is prominently featured as a key ingredient to this expansion.

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