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Jin Li, Photo Credit: Brown University

Are You an Eastern or Western Learner?

By Matt Weber 07/09/2014 03:41 pm | Add a Comment

Jin Li, professor of education at Brown University and HGSE alum, examines the differences between western and eastern learners. Read More…

Urban Scholars

Urban Scholars Program Graduates Return to the Field

By Katie Gibson 07/02/2014 08:49 am | Add a Comment

Having graduated in May, the students in HGSE’s Urban Scholars Program have fanned out over the country to pursue their careers in urban education. Read More…


HGSE Community Members Receive Honors and Awards

By 06/30/2014 09:00 am | Add a Comment

This spring, many Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty, students, and alumni were recognized with awards, fellowships, and scholarships. Read More…

Longfellow Door

Does School Policy Affect Housing Choices?

By 06/27/2014 11:39 am | Add a Comment

Doctoral candidate David Liebowitz, Ed.M.’08, Ed.D.’11, and Lindsay Page, Ed.M.’04, Ed.D.’11, have published a new paper in the American Education Research Journal on how the end of court-ordered desegregation leads to changes in families’ preferences regarding the neighborhoods in which they choose to live. Read More…

Kara Bobroff

Ed.L.D. Student Research Aids NACA Expansion Plans

By Jill Anderson 06/20/2014 12:18 pm | Add a Comment

Native American Community Academy (NACA) Executive Director Kara Bobroff visited HGSE this spring to discuss her school’s expansion plans with Ed.L.D. students in the course, The Workplace Lab. Read More…

Michael Johnston

Harvard EdCast: To Disagree, but Not Be Disagreeable

By Matt Weber 06/18/2014 03:24 pm | Add a Comment

Colorado State Senator Michael Johnston, Ed.M.’00, reflects on his convocation speech (and the protests), his vision for American education, and best practices for thoughtfully communicating in broader education discourse. Read More…

Joey Waddy

In the Middle: Joey Waddy

By Jill Anderson 06/12/2014 09:00 am | 2 Comments

At first glance, Joey Waddy, Ed.M.’13, C.A.S.’14, with his tattooed arms and tortoise-shell-rimmed glasses isn’t who you’d imagine counseling middle school students. But after talking to the Florida native, it’s hard to imagine him doing anything else. Read More…

Moana Uluave

From Tonga to Tercentenary

By Christina Pazzanese 06/11/2014 09:00 am | Add a Comment

Ed School graduate Moana ′Ulu′ave is bringing her storytelling culture to a wider world. Read More…

Janelle Bechdol

In Tune with Janelle Bechdol

By Iman Rastegari 06/10/2014 09:30 am | Add a Comment

Janelle Bechdol, Ed.M.’14, talks about the Hall Pass Tour and what she hopes to accomplish by visiting schools and communities. Read More…

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An Easy Commute

By Rachael Apfel 06/10/2014 09:09 am | Add a Comment

This past year, while a student in the Education Policy Management Program, Melissa Cotignola, Ed.M.’14, was also an intern with I’m First, a nonprofit organization based in Washington D.C. that focuses on helping first-generation college students get to and through college. Read More…

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