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  • Ed.D. Candidate Tracy Elizabeth and Professor Robert Selman

    Giving Guidance on "The Giver"

    Ed.D. candidate Tracy Elizabeth, along with Professor Robert Selman, developed "'The Giver' Educator’s Resource Guide" that helps adults and teachers bridge the gap between book and film for young people.

  • Harvard Seminar for New Presidents

    The Growing Number of Women College Presidents

    The days of the college presidency as a job for men is quickly becoming outdated. The recent Harvard Seminar for New Presidents was a perfect reflection of this, attracting 23 female presidents — almost half of the 50 total attendees.

  • Increasing College Access

    Do School Counselors Hold the Key?

    Senior Lecturer Mandy Savitz-Romer and HGSE alum Eric Waldo, executive director of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher initiative, organized a joint White House/HGSE convening on the role school counselors play in increasing college access.

  • Caring, Happiness, and Achievement

    The Children We Mean to Raise

    Senior Lecturer Richard Weissbourd discusses recent findings from the Making Caring Common Project and explains why children might be getting a different message than parents intend.

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Common Standards vs. Common Core

Common Core Support Drops

A new Education Next report, co-authored by Associate Professor Martin West, finds waning Common Core support.


Harvard EdCast

Independent School Leaders

A conversation with John Chubb, who will be teaching in The Future of Independent Schools.


Education through Entertainment

Learning from The Giver

“The Giver” Educator’s Resource Guide developed by doc candidate Tracy Elizabeth and Prof. Robert Selman.


Professor Kane on Recent Lawsuits

Targeting Teacher Tenure

Professor Tom Kane discusses recent tenure lawsuits with the Harvard Gazette.


Breaking Barriers

Women College Presidents

At PPE's recent Harvard Seminar for New Presidents, nearly half the participants were women.

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