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Documenting China's Digital Divide

China faces an emerging technology divide: while some groups have gained much access to technology, others lag behind.
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Paying for Performance

There is a strong relationship between poor health and the achievement gap. Gaping rural-urban inequality is a major challenge facing the rapidly developing Chinese society today.
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Baby Malnutrition and Developmental Delays in Rural China

Left behind by the rapid growth of the Chinese economy in large cities, Stanford researchers find that the average baby in rural China is malnourished and developmentally dealyed.
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Comparative Policy Responses to Demographic Change in East Asia

Launched in January 2011, Comparative Policy Responses to Demographic Change in East Asia is a three-year research initiative at the Walter H.
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One Laptop Per Child

Is a One-Laptop-Per-Child (OLPC) program an effective way to narrow the digital and educational divides in China?
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Computer Assisted Learning in Poor Rural Schools

   Having demonstrated CAL's effectiveness in raising academic performance in poor rural schools, REAP hopes to further integrate the program into the curriculum of all rural schools.  Despite the...
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Text Messaging for Health

The success of multivitamin supplement programs often requires participation from families.
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Traditional Governance, Citizen Engagement and Local Public Goods: Evidence from Mexico

In developing countries authority is often wielded unevenly. Tribes, clans, religious groups and other traditional leaders control zones of governance outside of the reach of the state.
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Best Buy Toolkit for Health

Migrant children in a suburb outside Beijing Over the years, the Rural Education Action Project (REAP) has shown that young children at elementary schools across poor parts of rural China suffer...
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"Across the Pacific" Curriculum Project

Student-aged children in the United States have a poor understanding of China's history, development, and current affairs.
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Counseling, Vouchers, and High School Matriculation

China's national government still struggles to keep students in school through high school Compulsory education in China ends with grade 9.
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Vocational vs. Academic High School

China is the world’s largest developing country.
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Mandarin as a Second Language

Rural ethnic minorities are among the most disadvantaged in their ability to access educational resources.
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One Egg a Day

The government is able to provide an egg for each of these students, but is that enough?
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China 2.0: The Rise of a Digital Superpower

2014: CHINA 2.0 FORUM BEIJING2013: CHINA 2.0 STANFORD | CHINA 2.0 FORUM BEIJING2012: CHINA 2.0: FOSTERING INNOVATION BEYOND BOUNDARIES2011: CHINA 2.0: TRANSFORMING MEDIA AND COMMERCE2010: CHINA 2.0...
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Human Rights Education

In partnership with the Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies (ICA) and the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), the Program on Human Rights ...
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Second and Third Generation Rights in Africa

Background In policy and legal circles, human rights and human well-being are often referred to as "universal" concepts.  The human rights outlined in the 1946 Universal Declaration of Human Rights...
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Debating History, Democracy, Development, and Education in Conflicted Societies

The Forum on Contemporary Europe (FCE) at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) has launched a multi-year collaborative project with research institutes in...
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How and Why US Counties and UK Registration Areas Differ in the Distribution of Age at Death

This project aimed to assemble a US mortality data series with county-level identifiers and assembled data on covariates at the county level (education, income, health care).
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Computer Assisted Learning in Migrant Schools

Migrant children are among the lowest performing students in China.
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Stanford-Suhrkamp Lecture and Publication Series

Stanford University and German publishing house Suhrkamp Verlag are pleased to jointly sponsor the international lecture and publication series devoted to new work by Stanford faculty on...
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Seeing is Learning

International studies put the economic cost of uncorrected vision at billions of dollars per year worldwide. What is the cost to China’s children?
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Worm Count 2010

Poor health habits are prevalent in crowded dining commons. Intestinal worms are a widespread problem in many developing countries.
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Teacher Training in Migrant Schools

Problem Over the past three decades, hundreds of millions of rural Chinese have migrated to cities in search of new opportunities created by China’s industrialization.
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People

js picture 2 Johan Swinnen Affiliate
Piya C. Sorcar, Stanford University Piya C. Sorcar Adjunct Affiliate, CHP/PCOR
hee sun kim Hee-Sun Kim Korean Language Lecturer
Portrait of George Krompacky George Krompacky Publications Manager
jonas edman Jonas Edman Instructor and Manager, Sejong Korea Scholars Program, Instructional Designer
weitzman HS Lauren Weitzman Program Manager, CDDRL
tanyalee color Tanya Lee Instructor, China Scholars Program
Portrait of Melissa Morgan Melissa Morgan Communications Manager
ignacio ornelas rodriguez Ignacio Ornelas Rodriguez Curriculum Consultant
selena lai Selena Lai Curriculum Consultant
Byrne Pic Belinda Byrne Program Manager, CDDRL
greg francis Greg Francis Curriculum Consultant