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By News editor 12/17/2019 12:05 PM EST
Peruvian boy at desk reading
The REACH initiative will spur collaborative research, education, and action in settings of migration and displacement.
By News editor 12/05/2019 9:00 AM EST
Jal Mehta and Sarah Fine
The pair received the award for their study of how to improve teaching and learning in U.S. high schools.
By News editor 11/13/2019 8:33 AM EST
Martin West
West is among seven new members to the board overseeing The Nation's Report Card.
By News editor 10/28/2019 4:39 PM EDT
By All Means illustration
The Education Redesign Lab shares practical insights gained from the By All Means Consortium.
By News editor 10/09/2019 4:08 PM EDT
Preschool boy with art project, with another boy playing in the background
The 15 finalists with cutting-edge ideas to advance quality in early education will pitch their plans on October 15, 2019 at 4 p.m.
By News editor 09/25/2019 10:27 AM EDT
Fernando Reimers
The group will prepare a report on global education imperatives and the purposes education systems should pursue in a rapidly changing world.
By News editor 09/23/2019 8:41 AM EDT
Educational Opportunity Project at Stanford University
New online tool — from a research team including HGSE’s Andrew Ho — explores and compares student test scores and achievement gaps by race, poverty level, and gender.
By News editor 09/09/2019 12:02 PM EDT
Jarvis Givens
Orientation began with the signature HGSE faculty “8x8” event in which eight faculty members present for eight minutes each on their cutting edge work in education.
By News editor 09/05/2019 8:37 AM EDT
Longfellow
The policy brief from the Education Redesign Lab and the Children’s Funding Project provides mayors and community activists innovative solutions to meeting the growing needs of children.
By News editor 08/28/2019 11:33 AM EDT
Askwith
Guest speakers include writer and sociologist Eve L. Ewing, Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson, and the LEGO Foundation’s Bo Stjerne Thomsen.

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