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Be the Upstander

How an app created by Alice Liou, Ed.M.’17, helps educators address microaggression in their classrooms.

Starting a School Design Project

How to build contemporary learning spaces that spark curiosity, playful collaboration, and engagement.

Who Are You Here For?

Ten teachers in the master’s program answered a question that Dean Bridget Terry Long had posed several times during their year at HGSE: Who are you here for?

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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.

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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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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.

Molly Heber

Ed.M.'18 – Education Policy and Management; project lead, High School Insider

Daniel Haack

Ed.M.'19; author of Prince & Knight

Alice Liou

Ed.M.'17 – Technology, Innovation, and Education; founder of the Upstander app

Mark Dennis

Ed.M.'19 – Higher Education; professor of psychology, Sacramento City College

Tina Owen-Moore

Ed.L.D.'19 – founder of the Alliance School

Vanessa Siddle-Walker

Ed.M.’85, Ed.D.’88; professor of African American Educational Studies at Emory University

April Boin Choi

Ph.D. candidate