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The Seekers

Meet eight current students and recent graduates who experienced or identified problems in education — and are now working on solutions to help others

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Fall/Winter 2022

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Reel-World Education

A new documentary captures teachers creating more equitable classrooms

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Stop the Press

As HEP celebrates 20 years of service, we take a look inside “the real work” of university presses

Jenny Dorsey


Jenny Dorsey wants to educate people about her passion: food

Josh Levin

The Ninja Next Door

Recent grad masters Hornet’s Nest and Eyeglass Alley on his way to finals of "American Ninja Warrior"

Nicole Jain and her brother, Ravi Sharma

Inside Story

Siblings write the book they needed

Joseph Longbottom

The Longbottom Thesis

Joseph Longbottom finds inspiration in his grandfather’s Harvard thesis

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Memories of a Grandfather — and Caring Teachers

A personal understanding of why support is critical for refugee learners

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On My Bookshelf: Associate Professor Bianca Baldridge

Associate Professor Bianca Baldridge discusses some important books in her life and career

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New Books that Excite Us Right Now

Recently published books by members of the HGSE community

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Oversized Rugby Shirts, the Text, and 25 Years of Parallel Moments

An alum recounts her friendship with another graduate — Temple University’s new president

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Is It Better to Ask Questions or Listen Carefully?

New study looks at what really sparks curiosity and learning

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Is it Time to Rethink Recommendation Letters?

How counselors can make college recommendations more equitable

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Lessons Learned: Zid Mancenido, Ph.D.'22

What one alum learned about why students don't choose to become teachers


To Whom it May Concern: All of Us

One teacher reflects on how school shootings reverberate

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HEP’s Leap of Faith

Over its 20 years, Harvard Education Press has worked to publish innovative and authoritative books on critical issues in education