The Harvard Graduate School of Education has numerous opportunities for educators to expand their skills. Onsite and online, the programs are designed for teachers, principals, administrators, and policymakers.
Each year we offer 30-35 professional education opportunities for preK-12, higher education and international administrators and educators. Our programs include:
- PreK-12 programs crafted for a broad cross section of stakeholders: superintendents, principals, directors, coordinators, teachers, and those who shape or implement educational policy.
- The Principals' Center provides aspiring and experienced school leaders from across the country and around the world with exemplary professional development to meet personal and professional goals.
- The Harvard Institutes for Higher Education are designed for presidents, vice presidents, provosts, vice provosts, deans, directors, and department heads to address key issues facing administrators at specific stages in their careers.
WIDE World is a unique K-12 professional development program based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Its innovative professional development solutions build on more than 30 years of cutting edge research and effective teaching practices of top educators around the world.
Project Zero's mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels.
Housed at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University, the Strategic Data Project (SDP) partners with school districts, charter school networks, state education agencies, and nonprofit organizations to bring high quality research methods and data analysis to bear on strategic management and policy decisions. Our mission is to transform the use of data in education to improve student achievement. We believe that if we bring together the right people, assemble the right data, and perform the right analysis, collectively, we can improve decisions such that student achievement increases significantly.