1/09/18 - The Hill, Toxic Content on the Web: The Answer is Education, Not Regulation
12/30/17 - First Draft News, Seven Studies About Mis- and Disinformation from 2017
12/20/17 - School Library Journal, A True Gift from SHEG: DIY Digital Literacy Assessments
11/09/17 - The Chronicle of Higher Education, One Way to Fight Fake News
10/24/17 - Stanford News, Scholars Study How Experts Evaluate the Credibility of Information Online
10/16/17 - Poynter, Want to Be a Better Online Sleuth? Learn to Read Webpages Like a Fact-Checker.
10/13/17 - Nieman Lab, Even Smart People Are Bad at Analyzing Sources Online. This Might Be a Solution.
9/19/17 - Washington Post, NAEP Gets an F on Assessing Critical Thinking in History
4/14/17 - Nieman Reports, Can News Literacy Be Taught?
2/9/17 - Trust Me, I'm a Journo, Back to School
1/17/17 - Teen Vogue, The Best Tips for Spotting Fake News
1/4/17 - The World Post, 4 Steps Schools Need to Take to Combat Fake News
12/21/16 - Slate, How to Teach High School Students to Spot Fake News
12/16/16 - NEA Today, Who Stands Between Fake News and Students? Educators
12/13/16 - PBS News Hour, Most Teens Can't Tell Fake from Real News
12/12/16 - The Chronicle, How Can Students Be Taught to Detect Fake News and Dubious Claims?
12/6/16 - Smithsonian Magazine, The Remedy for the Spread of Fake News? History Teachers
12/5/16 - The Washington Post, The Harsh Truth About Fake News: Some People Are Super Gullible
11/28/16 - Die Zeit, Aktuell Ist Wichtiger Als Überprüft
11/22/16 - NPR, Stanford Study Finds Most Students Vulnerable To Fake News
11/22/16 - Stanford GSE News, Students Have Trouble Judging the Credibility of Information Online
11/22/16 - NBC Bay Area, Most Students Can't Tell Fake News From Real News
11/21/16 - Wall Street Journal, Most Students Don't Know When News Is Fake, Stanford Study Finds
3/20/15 - Stanford GSE News, Wineburg Elected to the National Academy of Education
3/11/15 - Harvard GSE News, Dean Announces Harvard Teacher Fellows Leadership Team
11/26/14 - Stanford Report, Los Angeles Schools Embrace Different Vision of History With SHEG
11/26/14 - LA Times, L.A. Unified Adopts Free History Curriculum From Stanford University
9/07/14 - Stanford Graduate School of Education Spotlight, Breakstone Advances "Formative Assessment"
9/05/14 - The New York Times, So Bill Gates Has This Idea for a History Class...
7/04/14 - CNN, Why We Loved - And Hated - Forrest Gump
3/17/14 - Stanford GSE News, SHEG Lessons Adopted Worldwide
1/01/14 - The Times of India, Teaching of the Past
12/10/13 - Education Week, Using History to Invigorate Common-Core Lessons
11/15/13 - New York Times Education Blog, Making Arguments Through Art
11/14/13 - Edutopia, Changing the Teaching of History, One Byte at a Time
11/8/13 - Auburn Journal, Stanford Trains Local Educators on New Instructional Methods
7/1/13 - Education Week, Reviving History Instruction
5/13 - Stanford Magazine, History Detected
4/19/13 - Fast Company, How Reframing a Problem Unlocks Innovation
1/7/13 - Stanford GSE News, SHEG Wins Two Top Awards
1/13 - Perspectives on History, Not by Numbers Alone
12/12 - Stanford Annual Report, Research Highlights
11/17/12 - History Tech, Beyond the Bubble and the New World of Social Studies Assessment
11/15/12 - Stanford Graduate School of Education Spotlight, Learning to Tweet
10/25/12 - Emerging America, This Is It
10/22/12 - History News Network, Going Beyond the Bubble: New Approach to History Assessments
10/12 - Teaching Channel, Reading Like a Historian
9/23/12 - Diane Ravitch's Blog, Good News for History Teachers!
9/14/12 - Education Week blog, Everything Hinges on Assessment
9/05/12 - History Tech, Beyond the Bubble - Awesome New Assessment Tool
7/30/12 - Education Week, History Lessons Blend Content Knowledge, Literacy
3/05/12 - Stanford News, Researchers Bring Life to History with a Curriculum Built Around Documents
3/21/12 - Stanford Humanities Center, Globalization and History Education
3/04/12 - Stanford News, Teaching Students to Think Like Historians
12/19/11 - History News Network, How to Teach Students to Think Like Historians
11/23/11 - San Jose Mercury News, What Would George Do?
10/24/11 - LA Times, Students Are Ignorant of Civil Rights Movement? Hardly.
9/18/11 - Journal Star, Lincoln Public Schools Team Up With Stanford
6/27/11 - The New Yorker, Anyone? Anyone?
6/11/11 - History News Network, Can Educators Answer These Lame Questions?
12/30/10 - San Francisco Chronicle, How Stanford, SF School Learn from Each Other
10/07/09 - Education Week, Inverting Bloom's Taxonomy
2/05/09 - NewJersey.com, With Obama in the White House, is Black History Month Still Necessary?
5/14/08 - Stanford News, National History Education Clearinghouse Launched Online
05/08 - Smithsonian Magazine, Goodbye, Columbus
2/20/08 - Stanford University, American Heroes Survey
2/04/08 - USA Today, High Schoolers Name Black Americans 'Most Famous'
6/06/07 - Education Week, Opening Up the Textbook
1/06 - Historically Speaking, An Interview with Sam Wineburg
10/10/05 - Los Angeles Times, Columbus Day: 1892 Not 1492
2/24/05 - Los Angeles Times, A History of Flawed Teaching
3/12/04 - C-SPAN, Sam Wineburg, American's History Knowledge
3/09/04 - Washington Post, "Greatest Generation" Struggled With History, Too
5/31/02 - History News Service, History Teaching: Still Crazy After All These Years
3/06/02 - New York Times Viewpoints, Lessons - Going Beyond Mere Facts in the Study of History
3/31/01 - Seattle PI, Questioning Minds Make Study of Past Alive