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Stories by Jill Anderson

By Jill Anderson 05/28/2020 12:15 PM EDT
Professor Andrew Ho
Ho was honored for his imaginative approach to teaching, his availability to students, and an uncommon ability to convey challenging topics — with humor, grace, and inventiveness.
By Jill Anderson 05/22/2020 2:26 PM EDT
MBE class in Zoom
HGSE faculty and students changed course mid-stream to tackle pandemic-related educational challenges, redirecting final projects to consider emerging needs and troubling inequities
By Jill Anderson 05/18/2020 9:10 AM EDT
Bridget Long and Geoffrey Canada
In a conversation with Dean Bridget Long, Geoffrey Canada describes a call to action for educators and a vision for what school might look like this fall.
By Jill Anderson 05/15/2020 11:56 AM EDT
Double Take
The return of Double Take, HGSE’s community storytelling program, helps renew connections and foster healing amid challenging times.
By Jill Anderson 05/01/2020 9:08 AM EDT
Darienne Driver
In times of crisis, finding the courage to rebuild for the better, bridge divides, and bring everyone along.
By Jill Anderson 04/29/2020 2:44 PM EDT
Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz receiving the Alumni Council Award
Lowering the barriers to college access for Native Americans — starting with a welcome.
By Jill Anderson 04/28/2020 10:51 AM EDT
Commencement Banner
Distant but still festive, HGSE will gather online — and everywhere — for a celebration of its 2020 graduates on May 28.
By Jill Anderson 04/22/2020 2:23 PM EDT
Computer and books pixels
Considering issues of equity when moving instruction online.
By Jill Anderson 04/16/2020 2:58 PM EDT
Deborah Jewell-Sherman speaking
Professor Deborah Jewell-Sherman ponders what may be on the minds of school leaders in these difficult times, and advises on how they can stay grounded and plan for the future.
By Jill Anderson 04/08/2020 2:17 PM EDT
Daren Graves and Scott Seider
How educators and school leaders can help young people better understand — and challenge — racial injustices.

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