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Facing History

HGSE Researchers Publish Facing History Study

By 04/15/2014 12:11 pm | Add a Comment

An evaluation study of the nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves, conducted by Harvard Graduate School of Education researchers, shows its positive effects on teacher and student learning. Read More…


Ed.D. and Ed.L.D. Candidates Defend Dissertations

By Jill Anderson 04/11/2014 10:06 am | Add a Comment

Students from the Ed.D. and Ed.L.D. programs will publically present their dissertations and capstone projects April 11–22 as part of HGSE’s annual 2014 Dissertation and Capstone Defenses. Read More…

Susan Moore Johnson

2014 Student Research Conference

By Deepa Vasudevan and Shireen Al-Adeimi 04/07/2014 03:22 pm | Add a Comment

Doctoral students Deepa Vasudevan and Shireen Al-Adeimi give an inside look into the 2014 Student Research Conference. Read More…

Beethoven sheet music

Debunking the Cognitive Benefits of Beethoven

By Iman Rastegari 12/11/2013 05:01 pm | 7 Comments

A new study by Ed.D. candidate Samuel Mehr finds no evidence for cognitive benefits of music education. Read More…

B.E.E. Lab

Introducing the B.E.E. Lab

By Jill Anderson 10/09/2013 03:00 pm | 2 Comments

Assistant Professor Gigi Luk’s Brain.Experience. Education (B.E.E.) Lab focuses on investigating experiences that enhance lifelong learning, something she sees as a vital component to her teaching and research. Read More…

ED. Magazine, Headlines
Peterson and Mulimbi

Education’s Impact on Social Harmony

By Jill Anderson 09/17/2013 09:22 am | Add a Comment

Assistant Professor Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Ed.D.’09, and doctoral student Bethany Mulimbi, Ed.M.’12, discuss their research efforts in Botswana that examine the role of education in citizenship, national identity, and achievement in fostering stable and peaceful countries. Read More…

Roberto Gonzales

Harvard EdCast: Immigration Policy’s Impact on Education

By Matt Weber 09/11/2013 02:30 pm | Add a Comment

Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales discusses the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the impact of immigration policy as it relates to educational success in our country. Read More…

ED. Magazine, Headlines
Roberto Gonzales

Lecture Hall: Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales

By Lory Hough 09/05/2013 10:12 am | Add a Comment

Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales spoke with “Ed.” about his research on immigrant young people, DACA, and why he may not root for the Patriots. Read More…

ED. Magazine
Lynette Tannis

Education for All?

By Lory Hough 09/04/2013 03:45 pm | 7 Comments

Lynette Tannis, Ed.M.’10, Ed.D.’13, does research on how incarcerated students are educated. Read More…

ED. Magazine
Melting popsicle

Harvard EdCast: Preventing Summer Melt

By Matt Weber 09/04/2013 10:24 am | Add a Comment

In this edition of the EdCast, Lindsay Page, Ed.M.’04, Ed.D.’11, and doctoral candidate Ben Castleman — coauthors of a new resource for the Strategic Data Project, The Summer Melt Handbook — discuss the effects of “summer melt” and what they’re doing to help prevent it. Read More…


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