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Stories by Jill Anderson

By Jill Anderson 04/02/2020 2:16 PM EDT
Kurt Fischer
The longtime HGSE faculty member — who pioneered a field of study connecting mind, brain, and education — passed away on March 30.
By Jill Anderson 04/01/2020 4:28 PM EDT
A father having dinner with his daughter
Anne Fishel, executive director of the Family Dinner Project, helps families find fun, creative, and easy ways to make meals a reality.
By Jill Anderson 03/25/2020 3:12 PM EDT
Broken pencil
How what we know about summer learning loss can guide educators, districts, and parents during current school closures.
By Jill Anderson 03/19/2020 10:17 AM EDT
Student on laptop holding phone
Project Information Literacy's Alison Head on how algorithms shape the way information is tracked online, and how it affects teaching and learning.
By Jill Anderson 03/10/2020 3:49 PM EDT
Meira Levinson on the Harvard EdCast
HGSE Professor Meira Levinson and epidemiologist Bill Hanage of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health provide guidance to schools on the best ways to prepare for and respond to COVID-19.
By Jill Anderson 03/05/2020 11:48 AM EST
Laura Schifter in class
Special education expert Laura Schifter discusses how students of color and low-income students are disproportionately assigned to special education, and what can be done.
By Jill Anderson 02/26/2020 8:40 AM EST
James Kim
With renewed attention on how best to teach children to read, Professor James Kim discusses why learning this vital skill is so challenging.
By Jill Anderson 12/18/2019 2:09 PM EST
Leah Plunkett
Why parents need to be vigilant about what they share about their children online – on social media and otherwise.
By Jill Anderson 12/11/2019 1:32 PM EST
Report Card
Encouraging teachers to reassess their grading practices and make the adjustments that can guide their students toward academic success.
By Jill Anderson 12/04/2019 3:00 PM EST
Child playing with wood letter blocks
How a deficit that affects the learning of one in 12 children can go undetected by parents and educators — and how to be aware the signs.

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