Stories by Emily Boudreau
Campus came alive earlier than usual this summer as HGSE welcomed master's students to campus for their Foundations coursework
Noticing a gap in the research around children of deaf adults, alum Julia Pichler — herself a CODA — and Lecturer Hadas Eidelman developed a survey that puts CODA experience and identity at its center
By Emily Boudreau 08/10/2022 2:28 PM EDT
When implementing policies, school leaders should consider the pros and cons, says researcher Dylan Lukes, Ph.D.'22
By Emily Boudreau 07/11/2022 11:15 AM EDT
With a new web app, Proving Ground continues to help school districts develop and scale effective, evidence-based interventions
By Emily Boudreau 06/21/2022 4:44 PM EDT
A new toolbox to help adapt social emotional learning to diverse contexts around the world
By Emily Boudreau 06/01/2022 9:13 AM EDT
With his research, doctoral marshal Mark Chin, Ph.D.'22, aims to develop more equitable schools and policies.
By Emily Boudreau 05/26/2022 3:09 PM EDT
The HGSE community came together — for its first in-person Commencement in three years — to celebrate the accomplishments of 1,016 graduating students
By Emily Boudreau 05/02/2022 12:04 PM EDT
Dexter Moore Jr., Ed.L.D. '22, returned to his hometown of Oakland, California to lead the school district's pioneering Reparations for Black Student Resolution — a culmination of community organizing.
By Emily Boudreau 05/02/2022 10:39 AM EDT
Newly developed case studies and a film discussion guide will help Harvard and other institutions to confront the legacy of slavery in their own communities.
By Emily Boudreau 03/23/2022 9:51 AM EDT
Special education teacher and instructional strategist Juliana Uturbey will address HGSE graduates on May 25.