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Neighborhoods Matter

Leaders from across the country look at the importance of place when it comes to social mobility and giving every child the opportunity to succeed.

HGSE Community Celebrates Recent Honors

Over the last year, a number of HGSE faculty, students, and alumni were recognized for their hard work and achievements with awards and fellowships.

Brennan Promoted to Professor of Practice

Karen Brennan, whose work seeks to foster excellent teaching and learning experiences in computer science, assumed the rank of professor of practice on July 1.

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Usable Knowledge is an online resource from the Harvard Graduate School of Education that aims to make education research and best practices accessible to educators, policymakers, members of the media, nonprofit leaders, entrepreneurs, and parents.

Learn to Change the World

Our graduate degrees and professional education programs explore every facet of education, from pre-K through college, in school and after school, and across the human lifespan.

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Doctoral Programs

Become fully immersed in one of the world’s most dynamic and influential intellectual communities.

Master's Programs

Explore the most challenging and exciting questions in education research, policy, and practice.

Professional Education

Expand your skills and professional network through transformative online and on-campus programs.

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Students and Alumni

Through their work across all areas of the education sector, our students and alumni work to ensure that every child has the opportunity to fulfill his or her potential.

Mariangely Solis Cervara

Ed.M.’19; chief of equity and inclusion

Mari Sawa

Ed.M.'22; director of English education, Earth Eight School

Eileen McGivney

Ph.D. student

Dexter Moore Jr.

Ed.L.D.'22; Oakland Unified School District

Nolan Altvater

Ed.M.'22; curator of education, Abbe Museum

Andrew Brennen

Ed.M.'21; co-founder, Kentucky Student Voice Team