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  • Creating Effective Home and School Partnerships for Student Success

    Family Engagement in Education

    At the federal, state, and district level the role of partnerships between home and school is becoming a more important factor in education reform and student achievement.

  • Harvard EdCast

    The Persistent Physics Gender Gap

    With the exception of physics, the gender divide in high school STEM class enrollment has been closing. UT-Austin Associate Prof. Catherine Riegle-Crumb discusses variations in the data and how community stereotypes affect the physics gap.

  • Helping Bring a Voice to Rural Populations

    This Land Speaks

    Ed.L.D. student April Wang is helping those in disadvantaged rural communities find their voices.

  • 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    The days of the college presidency as a job for men is quickly becoming outdated.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.

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Family Engagement in Education

Effective Partnerships

Karen Mapp recently led her first PPE institute, “Family Engagement in Education."

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Making, Thinking, Understanding

PZ West Coast Conference

Project Zero will be holding its first West Coast conference October 10-12, 2014 in San Francisco.

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Ph.D. Orientation

The First Class

Dean James Ryan welcomed 24 new Ph.D. students last week to the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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Harvard EdCast

A Physics Gender Divide

How does the gender gap in physics effect girls' careers in STEM? Listen to this week's Harvard EdCast.

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Thinking at Harvard

The Future of Learning

Writing in The Huffington Post, a PPE participant reflects on her experience at the Ed School.

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