Master's candidates Michelle Skinner and Taylor Percival didn't wait until graduation to begin building their ideal reading resource for teachers. They've launched CommonLit while still Ed School students.... Read More...Headlines, Profiles Of Impact
Miguel Solis, Ed.M.'12, followed his father's footsteps into a career in education, making stops at Teach For America, the Ed School, and, most recently the Dallas School Board.... Read More...Profiles Of Impact
As part of Park(ing) Day, an international day of re-envisioning public space, Wilhelmina Peragine, Ed.M.13, and students from Boston Green Academy in South Boston, took the first step toward a city with fewer parking spots and, well, more park... Read More...Headlines, Profiles Of Impact
Daniel Taylor, Ed.M.69, Ed.D.72, and Luke Taylor-Ide, Ed.M.12, are continuing in the family business of education with their latest venture, University of the World.... Read More...Profiles Of Impact
Overlooking the Himalayas, one school in Sikkim, India, started by an alum and his family, is trying to strike a balance between East and West, city and village, traditional and new. (From "Ed." magazine.)... Read More...ED. Magazine, Profiles Of Impact
Enrique Marquez, Ed.M.'11, speaks about his work with MESDA (Music Education for Social Development Agency), and the importance of music in students' lives.... Read More...ED. Magazine, Headlines, Profiles Of Impact
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