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Does Football Belong in Schools?

With mounting evidence of cognitive hazards, the latest Harvard EdCast explores the ethics of school football programs.

Why DACA Works

New research from Professor Roberto Gonzales shows that immigrant students with DACA status experience smoother transitions to adulthood.

Student Activism 2.0

A look back at the history of student activism and whether today’s protesters are making a difference.

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Sade Abraham and Diana Saintil

Ed.M.'18 – Mind, Brain, and Education (Abraham) and Education Policy and Management (Saintil); co-founders of Kairos Learning.

Anjali Adukia

Ed.M.’03, Ed.M.’12, Ed.D.’14; assistant professor at the University of Chicago

Jodi Rosenbaum

Ed.M.'02 – Risk & Prevention (now Prevention Science and Practice); founder and director of More Than Words.

Clint Smith

Ph.D. candidate; poet; activist

Jordy Sparks

Ed.L.D.'18; director of student services, Oceanside (California) Unified School District

Karen Cueva

Ed.M.'16 – Arts in Education; co-founder and executive director of the Du Bois Orchestra at Harvard; manager of Learning and Engagement Programs for the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall