Ed Equity Lab
South Valley high schoolers get a taste of Stanford University
The Albuquerque Journal reports that a dual-credit Stanford course offered through the National Education Equity Lab is introducing local high school students to philosophy.
May 03, 2023
Colorado Springs high school students getting free Stanford credits — entering a new frontier
Students in the online Stanford bioengineering course learn to apply engineering principles to life systems, the Colorado Springs Gazette reports.
April 27, 2023
University of California, Morehouse Join Other Top Schools In National Effort to Close College Opportunity Gap
Morehouse College and the UC system are the newest institutions to join forces with the National Education Equity Lab, writes Michael Nietzel in Forbes.
April 21, 2023
On the journey to college, more low-income high schoolers are taking the digital path through Stanford
Stanford Digital Education’s Title I high school outreach program, partnering with a national nonprofit, has more than doubled the total of teens the university reaches nationwide.
February 21, 2023
Reseda Charter High School Senior Named Stanford Computer Science Equity Lab Course Valedictorian
Yanxi Rodriguez joined the National Education Equity Lab Honor Society with the highest score in the nation among students in the Stanford dual credit class.
January 25, 2023
These high school students were afraid to dream bigger. A Stanford class is changing that
The Los Angeles Times reports that students at Birmingham Community Charter High School gain ambition and confidence when they take an online Stanford computer science course.
November 25, 2022
For high schools in low-income communities, a new way for students to get a Stanford education
A teaching fellow in a new Stanford Digital Education writing course for teenagers, Raise Your Voice, describes how it provides an opportunity she wishes she'd had.
September 01, 2022
Stanford Digital Education promotes diversity in college pipeline
KCBS radio covers how a new Stanford ethics course reached a high school class in Brooklyn.
July 23, 2022
At a Brooklyn high school, students ponder big questions in Stanford’s 'great books' program
An ethics course, based on the Structured Liberal Education curriculum, combined online and in-person teaching to inspire a group of first generation, low-income students.
June 28, 2022
New ethics course exposes high school students to Stanford’s Structured Liberal Education (SLE)
Stanford's McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society partnered with Stanford Digital Education to make a classics course available to a class at Uncommon Charter High School.
May 31, 2022
What I learned teaching a Stanford computer science class to high school students
Brian Sha, a section leader in Stanford Digital Education's CS 105, saw firsthand the hurdles that teenagers from low-income communities face when trying to excel academically.
April 10, 2022
Alumni bring Stanford computer science to low-income high schools nationwide
As part of an effort to make college pathways more equitable, alumni co-teach an introductory course that has long been a Stanford staple
February 10, 2022