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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…

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PELP a Decade Later

By Lory Hough 09/04/2013 03:28 pm | Add a Comment

Ten years after the Public Education Leadership Project (PELP) began as a collaboration between the Ed School and the Harvard Business School to see how business strategies could be used to help public schools improve student performance, what has been the program’s impact? Read More…

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HGSE Welcomes Students to Campus

By Jill Anderson 08/28/2012 11:21 am | 1 Comment

To kick off the 2012-13 academic year, Dean Kathleen McCartney was joined by faculty and student speakers in welcoming the Ed School’s incoming class. Read More…

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Honors Presented at 2012 Convocation Ceremony

By Jill Anderson 05/24/2012 10:42 am | Add a Comment

The 2012 convocation exercises saw honors such as the Morningstar Family Teaching Award, Alumni Council Award, Class Gift, and Intellectual Contribution/Faculty Tribute Awards presented, and featured various speakers who encouraged the graduates to continue learning. Read More…

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Susan Moore Johnson Receives Morningstar Award

By Jill Anderson 05/23/2012 03:32 pm | 4 Comments

Professor Susan Moore Johnson was presented with the Morningstar Family Teaching Award at HGSE’s convocation exercises on Wednesday, May 23. Read More…

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Creating Instructional Leaders

By Jill Anderson 11/16/2010 02:38 pm | Add a Comment

The Instructional Leadership strand of the Learning and Teaching Program is aimed toward educators who want to both teach and take on leadership roles in their schools or districts. Read More…

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By Lory Hough 01/26/2010 10:56 am | Add a Comment

New teachers and experienced teachers. In some ways, they are at the opposite ends of the teaching spectrum. However, both can, and do, struggle. Who better to guide them than other teachers? Read More…

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Right on the Money

By Elaine McArdle 01/22/2010 03:54 pm | 11 Comments

Despite repeated efforts to reward teachers based on performance — both theirs and their students’ — many experts say this incentive doesn’t improve education. Read More…

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Johnson, Perkins Named to Endowed Chairs

By 11/18/2009 01:27 pm | 1 Comment

Dean Kathleen McCartney has announced the appointment of two Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty members to endowed chairs. Susan Moore Johnson was named the Jerome T. Murphy Professor of Education and David Perkins was named the Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr. Professor of Teaching and Learning. Read More…

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Instructional Leadership Strand Prepares Teachers for Additional Roles

By Jill Anderson 10/28/2009 03:41 pm | Add a Comment

This year the Ed School is piloting a new program under Learning and Teaching dubbed the Instructional Leadership (IL) strand — a one-year master’s program specifically aimed at those teachers who want to stay involved in teaching, while taking on leadership roles in their schools or districts. Read More…


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