August 25, 2021

Stanford-Sequoia K-12 Research Collaborative

The practitioners and researchers of the Stanford-Sequoia K-12 Research Collaborative aim to work reciprocally to conduct research that informs innovative and sustainable practices and leads to equitable educational experiences and outcomes for students. Since the Collaborative’s official launch in 2017, twelve research projects have been co-developed between Stanford researchers and district leaders across nine partner school districts.  These projects emphasize improving a range of student outcomes for students that are designated as English learners, as well as increasing access and equity for marginalized groups of students.

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