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Resources for Educators

The Cantor Arts Center

Cantor Museum

Docent-guided tours are available to schools and not-for-profit groups at no charge.

Earth K-12 Outreach

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K-12 programs for second-graders, high school students, and teachers aimed at supporting an appreciation of our planet and how it works.

Office of STEM Outreach

OSO

Stanford engages in science outreach activities in order to share innovative research with teachers, students and the community.

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Schools and other educational groups may sign up for special guided tours. All attendees must be over the age of twelve, and advance reservations are required.

Stanford Graduate School of Education

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A variety of learning materials and programs to meet the needs of PK–12 educators and teacher educators. Learning resources are currently available in the following areas: U.S. history, mathematics, English/language arts, literacy, and English Learner education.

Stanford Live

Teachers who want students to learn about and participate in the arts can take advantage of student matinee performances with Lively Arts headliners and “informances,” where artists come into the community to perform and talk about their careers.

The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)

This program serves as a bridge between Stanford University and K-14 schools by developing multidisciplinary curriculum materials on international themes and offering seminars for teachers.