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    What Happens After Yes

    Autor Peggy Orenstein speaks to Senior Lecturer Richard Weissbourd about today's young girls, their attitudes about sex, and what can be done to help build a healthier outlook.

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    Undocumented and Educated

    Helping students and families navigate their opportunities, amid the realities of immigration policy in the United States.

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    HGSE Adds New Faculty Members

    Dean James Ryan has announced the appointment of three new faculty members to the Harvard Graduate School of Education: Assistant Professor Emmerich Davies Escobar, Senior Lecturer Irvin Scott, and Assistant Professor Bertrand Schneider.

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    Back in the Field

    A look at the most recent graduates of the Urban Scholars Program and what they are doing now.

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Harvard EdCast

What Happens After Yes

Autor Peggy Orenstein talks to Rick Weissbourd about today's young girls and their attitudes about sex.

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Usable Knowledge

Fun and (Brain) Games

Simple games, played intentionally, can make for powerful moments of social-emotional learning.

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New Faculty Spotlight

Irvin Scott

The new senior lecturer comes to HGSE having both the perspective of practitioner and philanthropist.

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New Faculty Spotlight

Bertrand Schneider

His research focuses on how emerging technologies can help educators design better learning environments.

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New Faculty Spotlight

Emmerich Davies Escobar

The poliical scientest will be teaching courses in the politics of education and international develoment.

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