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  • Harvard Ed. Magazine - Fall 2014

    Common Core and So Much More

    The Fall 2014 Harvard Ed. magazine is now online. Featuring stories on the Common Core, undergraduate interest in education, and one alum's efforts to bring high-quality education to students living in the most remote parts of the Amazon.

  • Ed.M. Alum Named Colombia's New Deputy Secretary of Education

    Luis Enrique García de Brigard

    "He has built a number of educational organizations focused on advancing global education and in improving the quality of education in public schools in Colombia."

  • Addressing Racial Inequity in Curriculum and School Culture

    Ed.D. Candidate Aaliyah El-Amin

    “A lot of schools do provide students with knowledge to navigate society, but children also need to be equally equipped with the skills and capacity to break the status quo.”

  • Connecting Research to Practice

    Usable Knowledge

    Usable Knowledge will take ideas and innovative solutions generated by HGSE faculty and students and put them in the hands of teachers, principals, superintendents, policymakers, and others who have an impact on schools, students, and education every day.

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Harvard EdCast

Public Universities in Crisis

Matthew Lambert, author of "Privatization and the Public Good," discusses public universities' challenges.


Luis Enrique García de Brigard, Ed.M.’07

Garcia Named Dep. Secretary

Luis Enrique García de Brigard, Ed.M.’07, was sworn in yesterday as deputy secretary of education in Colombia.


Usable Knowledge

Adventures in Programming

A new guide to creative computing from Assistant Professor Karen Brennan empowers teachers and students.


Professor Thomas Kane

The Core and Teacher Eval

Professor Thomas Kane makes the argument for combining teacher evaluation and the Common Core.


Steven Farr

Big Impact, Bigger Questions

Steven Farr, chief learning and knowledge officer at Teach For All, speaks to IEP and EPM students.

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