Stories by Bari Walsh
By Bari Walsh 09/30/2020 1:46 PM EDT
Roberto Gonzales’ book about coming of age undocumented in America has a new musical adaptation, with the first song debuting this week in Lin-Manuel Miranda's Playbill.com celebration of Broadway's Latinx stars
By Bari Walsh 07/29/2020 11:54 AM EDT
In the New England Journal of Medicine, Meira Levinson and co-authors argue in favor of (safely) reopening elementary schools, for the good of young learners and the country at large.
By Bari Walsh 07/27/2020 5:02 PM EDT
Making Caring Common kicks off free educational campaign to help college-aged adults spur civic engagement among their peers.
By Bari Walsh 06/19/2020 12:02 AM EDT
Historian Jarvis Givens on freedom celebrations, Black aspiration, and the continuing pursuit of justice.
By Bari Walsh 06/03/2020 9:19 AM EDT
Dean Long announces launch of a richly crafted suite of online courses and community experiences for rigorous, active, and inclusive learning, amid continuing public health constraints.
By Bari Walsh 05/28/2020 3:20 PM EDT
Understanding schools as a microcosm of society — and exploring questions of whether and how education can truly be a tool for mobility.
By Bari Walsh 05/28/2020 3:08 PM EDT
Resources from Ed School faculty and students for bringing learning home.
By Bari Walsh 05/19/2020 11:49 AM EDT
Amid crisis and uncertainty, the Ed School comes together (virtually) to carry on the work and to respond to the current moment.
By Bari Walsh 11/17/2019 12:35 PM EST
Memories, laughter, and renewed connections at the unveiling of Ryan’s official HGSE portrait.