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Winter 2014 Ed. Magazine is Here!

By 01/17/2014 03:29 pm | Add a Comment

The latest edition of Harvard Graduate School of Education’s “Ed.” magazine — featuring Universal Design for Learning, early warning indicators for dropouts, and the work of Assistant Professor Karen Brennan — is now available. Read More…

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All Along

By Katie Bacon 01/14/2014 03:05 pm | 1 Comment

When Lecturer David Rose, Ed.D.’76, and his colleagues came up with a new idea called Universal Design for Learning to help all learners, he had no idea just how big it would one day become. (From “Ed.” magazine.) Read More…

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UDL and Improving Education for Incarcerated Youth

By Joanne Karger, Ed.M.'02, Ed.D.'07 04/03/2013 04:23 pm | Add a Comment

Joanne Karger, Ed.M.’02, Ed.D.’07, writes about incarcerated youths’ right o high-quality education for the Voices in Education blog. Read More…

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The Trill of It All

By Lory Hough 05/30/2012 02:44 pm | Add a Comment

A spatula, a violin, and a group of kids ready to perform. That’s all Adrian Anantawan, Ed.M.’12, needed this past school year. (From “Ed.” magazine.) Read More…

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No Child Left Out: Making School Work for Everyone

By Eva Chen 12/20/2008 04:42 pm | Add a Comment

With the efforts of HGSE lecturer David Rose and scientists at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), there is now growing recognition that the disability may arise from the curriculum, not the student, and that the curriculum frequently poses unnecessary difficulties to all students in the classroom. Read More…

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