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By News editor 07/30/2015 1:44 PM EDT
Longfellow from Sunken Garden

This unique and powerful learning experience will connect research with practice.

By Marin Jorgensen 07/30/2015 11:10 AM EDT
Urban Scholars

The Urban Scholars Fellowship Program began in 2006 with a simple mission: Provide financial support to talented educators in the Ed School’s master’s programs who have dedicated and will continue to dedicate their careers to urban education.…

By News editor 07/28/2015 8:51 AM EDT
Making Caring Common

Researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education find that not only many teen boys but many teen girls and some parents appear to have biases against teen girls as leaders.

By Matt Weber 07/22/2015 11:12 AM EDT
States and Schools

Over the last several years, education has become more politicized than ever, says Chris Minnich, executive director of the nonprofit Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). At the Harvard Graduate School of Education this week to begin…

By Caitlin Walsh 07/21/2015 1:04 PM EDT
Maleka Donaldson Gramling

By examining the responses both students and teachers have to students' mistakes, doctoral candidate Maleka Donaldson Gramling hopes to gain new insight into classroom learning.

By News editor 07/20/2015 4:26 PM EDT
Project Zero Lizard

Educators from around the world are visiting the HGSE campus this week for the Project Zero Classroom, a professional development opportunity in which they will learn to create learning environments that promote deep learning and understanding.

By Caitlin Walsh 07/20/2015 10:40 AM EDT
Gates and Ivy

As part of its annual meeting, the Council of Chief State School Officers brings its members to Appian Way to meet with HGSE faculty.

By Brigham Fay 07/15/2015 11:52 AM EDT
Nonie Lesaux

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker appointed Professor Nonie Lesaux chair of the commonwealth’s Board of Early Education and Care, the governor’s office announced this week.“I’m pleased to welcome Nonie as chair of the Board of Early…

By Matt Weber 07/09/2015 10:05 AM EDT
Jennifer Bryan

Psychologist and author Jennifer Bryan talks to Senior Lecturer Richard Weissbourd about issues of gender and heteronormativity in schools.

By News editor 07/07/2015 7:51 AM EDT

Appearances by members of the HGSE community, as well as HGSE research projects and initiatives, in the national press — both traditional and online — in June.Please note: While many online periodicals keep their stories freely available…

By Caitlin Walsh 06/30/2015 11:14 AM EDT
Meira Levinson

Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) Dean James Ryan has announced that Meira Levinson has been promoted to the rank of professor of education.

By Matt Weber 06/24/2015 11:22 AM EDT
Is Public Education Dead?

Is the public education system in the United States irretrievably broken? Many would argue yes, says author and professor David Kirp. "If you listen to the critics, public education is dead," says Kirp. " it's a hopelessly bloated bureaucracy ... and…

By Edward Copenhagen 06/22/2015 9:25 AM EDT
Jeanne Chall

Jessica Scott, Ed.M.'08, Ed.D.'15, has been selected to receive the Jeanne S. Chall Doctoral Student Research Award. The award will be formally announced during the eleventh annual Jeanne S. Chall Endowment Lecture on Thursday, October 8,…

By Sarah Dryden-Peterson 06/19/2015 12:27 PM EDT
Refugee children

Bringing together education leaders from around the world to discuss the impact of globalization, innovation, and technology on the field of education, the fourth annual Goldman Sachs–Harvard University Global Education Conference was held in…

By Brigham Fay 06/10/2015 2:26 PM EDT
Joe Doctor

Joe Doctor, Ed.L.D.’13, is bringing about a transformation in the teaching profession.

By Matt Weber 06/10/2015 11:33 AM EDT
Randi Weingarten

How can we transform the field of teaching? Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, has some ideas. First, she says, we need to "make this a middle-class profession" and ensure that teachers receive the pay and the…

By Caitlin Walsh 06/09/2015 9:55 AM EDT

This past spring, a number of Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty, students, and alumni were recognized for their hard work and achievements with awards, fellowships, and honorary degrees.Below is a look at some of the prestigious honors…

By News editor 06/08/2015 10:56 AM EDT
UK Webinar

Renowned faculty offer practical tools online for busy educators and parents.

By Jill Anderson 06/08/2015 9:46 AM EDT

New online professional development offering will help professionals accomplish personal improvement goals that will lead to organizational improvement.

By Caitlin Walsh 06/05/2015 9:30 AM EDT
Felipe Barrera-Osorio

Felipe Barrera-Osorio -- an assistant professor at the Ed School since 2011 -- has been promoted to associate professor.


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