In response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), HGSE has postponed all in-person events, but we continue the Future of Education series online. We hope you will join in these important convenings, which are designed to highlight new knowledge and foster stimulating and constructive conversation about the most important issues in education — with scholars, practitioners, and thought leaders from across and beyond the education sector.
Future of Education
Wednesday, December 9, at 3 p.m.
"The Future of Education"
Join us as we look ahead to a post-pandemic world, with educational disparities laid bare by COVID-19, the Harvard Graduate School of Education ends its Centennial year by asking: What will education look like five years from now? What about 25 years from now? What are the innovations — fueled by the pandemic’s necessities, or powered by the world’s push for racial justice and equal access — that will take us forward? What should we do now to work toward that future we want to build? And what factors, both positive and challenging, will help to determine that future?
Learn more about the Future of Education.
Watch previous episodes.
A biweekly webinar series with insights for educators, families, and school and district leaders.
Watch the fall season of Education Now: Teaching, Learning, and Growing Amid the Pandemic
Watch the full-season summer 2020 playlist: The Challenges of Reopening
Topics include how to be an effective online educator, becoming an anti-racist educator, public health and school reopening, and family engagement amid pandemic. You can also watch the whole season on Facebook.
You can also watch the six-episode spring season of Education Now, with conversations on the power of human connection, leadership through crisis, and educating for equity in deeply uncertain times.
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