Brown Bag speaker Albert Camarillo examines the consequences of just looking at our own children and failing to see the bigger picture.
Albert Camarillo, the Leon Sloss Jr. Memorial Professor, talks about emerging policies for English language learners and impoverished children.
Stanford University professor Albert Camarillo discusses the change in demographics and financing to state schools over the last 50 years.
In this short interview, Stanford professor Arnetha Ball talks about the importance of teachers becoming agents, rather than objects of change.
Professor Arnetha Ball focuses onÂ how teachers can draw on cultural and linguistic differences as resources to help students acquire knowledge.
Stanford University professor and Brown Bag speaker Edward Haertel addresses the reliability and validity of teacher value-added scores.
Edward Haertel, the Stanford Jacks Family Professor of Education, Emeritus, talks about when it is inappropriate to use value-added models.
Stanford University professor Edward Haertel discusses what's wrong with using value-added models for teacher assessment.
In this video by TheÂ Albert Shanker Institute, Linda Darling-Hammond joins two other panelists for a debate on the benefits and difficulties of value-added.Â