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Stories by Emily Boudreau

By Emily Boudreau 03/19/2019 10:26 AM EDT
Black Educators and the Struggle for Justice in Schools
At the Askwith Forums on Thursday, March 28: an exploration of how the voices of Black educators have contributed to the conversation in education — and how they have been silenced.
By Emily Boudreau 02/25/2019 12:34 PM EST
Still Separate But Unequal
At the Askwith Forums on February 27, a panel of political thinkers, educators, historians, and economists will explore where we are and how far we need to go reducing poverty, inequality, and racial injustice in the U.S.
By Emily Boudreau 01/03/2019 11:49 AM EST
Mariel Novas
For Ed.L.D. candidate Mariel Novas, the first step to meeting the needs of a community — educational and otherwise — is to listen to its voices and maximize its resources.
By Emily Boudreau 12/12/2018 12:30 PM EST
Global education
Student group Education in Emergencies will co-host a hackathon around the education issues of Syrian refugees in Jordan on campus on December 14–15.
By Emily Boudreau 12/12/2018 8:34 AM EST
Alexandra Bachorik
Master's student — and medical doctor — Alexandra Bachorik is working toward a curriculum that will lead to better health outcomes for women.
By Emily Boudreau 11/26/2018 4:50 PM EST
Collaborative Action
At the Askwith Forums on November 29, a discussion on how communities can collaborate to accelerate positive outcomes for children.
By Emily Boudreau 11/20/2018 4:03 PM EST
Mark Dennis
Community colleges hold a lot of untapped potential, says master's candidate Mark Dennis — especially for underserved communities.
By Emily Boudreau 11/14/2018 1:19 PM EST
illustration of one hand reaching down to grab another hand, which is reaching up to meet it
HGSE event explores issues surrounding gender identity, race, and student support at the level of the student experience.
By Emily Boudreau 11/06/2018 8:57 AM EST
Michael Sandel
Political philosopher Michael Sandel on the power of technology to repair a fractured civic dialogue.
By Emily Boudreau 10/30/2018 4:26 PM EDT
Michael Sandel
At the Askwith Forums on November 1, a conversation with Michael Sandel about robust discourse and ethical decision-making during polarized times.

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