Every Ed School graduate has a story. These are just a few of them.
Every Ed School graduate has a story. These are just a few of them.
Alum helps young people understand how artificial intelligence is changing everything they know
Alum’s nonprofit pilots new play-based early ed curriculum in Boston
Hypercompetition isn’t working for higher education. Can the field find a way to cooperate?
A new podcast series provides a window into the complex lives of young immigrants in America
(In Three Easy Steps Over 20 Long Years)
Students meet weekly for a board game battle
What happened when a state tried to fix the complex, and often inequitable, maze community college students need to navigate when they try to make the leap to a four-year school?
When it comes to how we show what students know, do traditional grading practices deserve an F?
Alexia Leclercq, Ed.M.’23, is here for the collective good
Cornelius Troy, Ed.M.'21, shares what motivates him as an assistant principal in Miami
Learning how to teach design
Students and adults tackle an issue over lunch — as equals
Recent grad masters Hornet’s Nest and Eyeglass Alley on his way to finals of "American Ninja Warrior"
Joseph Longbottom finds inspiration in his grandfather’s Harvard thesis
A personal understanding of why support is critical for refugee learners
An alum recounts her friendship with another graduate — Temple University’s new president
How counselors can make college recommendations more equitable
What one alum learned about why students don't choose to become teachers
One teacher reflects on how school shootings reverberate
One alum's quest to teach science concepts through cooking
A new documentary captures teachers creating more equitable classrooms
Meet eight current students and recent graduates who experienced or identified problems in education — and are now working on solutions to help others
Jenny Dorsey wants to educate people about her passion: food
Students from the United States and United Kingdom virtually debate the American Revolution through alum’s Young Historians Program
Tanya Wright left Hollywood for a year of Ivy
Ten ways to jumpstart conversations with kids that will help them bounce back from challenges.
Longtime radio host shares what he’s learned from his incarcerated students.
Educators talk about the impact COVID has had on school happiness.
Recent alum heads up DEI in a historic Boston administration.
Kim Frusciante’s efforts to be an “early partner” for NoLa families.
How paralyzing sadness over the state of the environment turned to a new education focus.
Matthew Grimes, Ed.M.’21, finds his dream job doing DEI work with the MLB.
Filmmaker Tracy Heather Strain brings Oz writer and many others to life.
A Nigerian teacher helps out-of-school children in her hometown.
Despite COVID, two alums knew the play was the thing.
Ten ways for teachers to address science denial.
How one alum stayed connected during a remote year.
America is once again asking the question: Who gets to decide how we teach the history of our country’s past?
With nearly 94% of school buses diesel powered, districts are starting to look at converting.
Recent graduate Ayesha Cotton helps families overcome legal obstacles at her school.
Local school with HGSE ties named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
New York City initiative cofounded by alum finishes first year trying to do just this.
Ruth Park talks lessons learned after a unique inaugural year in the classroom.
Virtual and part-time was the best option for many students this year.
An alum dons a beloved costume during COVID to make a campus smile.
Alum learns it’s never too late to come home — and have a lasting impact on students and schools.
One HTF alum helps her students through the pandemic by creating algebra refreshers on TikTok.
Ten ways to get students to turn on their cameras.
Happiness is positively correlated with motivation and academic achievement.
With a pandemic that has gone on for more than a year, how do students and teachers stay motivated?
It’s never been easy to be a college president. This past year, with a pandemic in full swing, the job became that much harder.
A teacher’s journey documenting his students lives led to The Gen Z Time Capsule collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum.
A school leader describes how society can — and should — redefine what school is.
Mentoring Latinas in New York City schools.
Boston-based nonprofit uses sports — now online — to address stress and mental health issues for young people.
How one nonprofit is helping students and teachers cope using text, voicemail, and apps.
Alum was determined not to let students lose ground in reading because of COVID.
A class podcast connects students and alumni on their own time.
Based on her parents' experience in Eritria and her own time in school, alum Malika Ali, Ed.M.’19, learned that education meant liberation
Graduate Matt Weber, Ed.M.’11, learned something about teaching during a pandemic from the iconic Mr. Goodbar: Keep it simple, be kind, and always carry chocolate.
An eight-year veteran teacher realized she didn't know what her students needed — or what was meaningful for them — during online COVID learning
Teacher | Arleta High School | Los Angeles
Senior Lecturer | Harvard Graduate School of Education | Cambridge
Retired Educational Researcher and Evaluator | Teacher | Cambridge
Middle School Teacher and HTF Cohort 4 Alum | A Public Charter School | Denver
Lifelong Educators | Granville, Ohio
Eighth-Grade Social Studies Teacher | Bronx School of Young Leaders, MS 331 | New York City
Senior Technical Assistance Coordinator | American Institutes for Research | St. Paul, Minnesota
Founder and Executive Director | Hope for the Child | Kisumu, Kenya
Executive Director | Aim High | San Francisco
Program Manager | Office of School Transformation, Boston Public Schools | Boston
History Teacher | Madison Park Technical Vocational High School | Boston
Ninth-Grade English Teacher | Melrose High School | Melrose, Massachusetts
Felicity Burgess, Ed.M.'20, moved home after COVID closed her options
Founder and Executive Director | More Than Words | Boston
An audio series continuing the stories of a few of our contributors. First they pivoted, then what?
Partner | Creative Marble Consultancy | Sacramento, California
Founder | Grad Guru | Mexico City
Alum starts mentorship program for immigrant girls.
YA author, nominated for a National Book Award, teaches by day, writes by morning.
ColorFULL addresses lack of diversity in schools' multimedia offerings.
Drew Madson, Ed.M.’20, doodles highlights from his year at HGSE.
Grad conducts first formal study of 50-year-old school integration program.
A look at how much — or how little high schoolers — know about parenting.
Why one teacher decided it was time to run for public office.
An alum-created app helps educators address microaggression.
Teacher Joshua Jenkins, Ed.M.'15, writes about disrupting the gender binary.
How one alum is giving student journalists and writers a place to share their stories.
A teacher turns an obstacle into an invention that helps readers.
Heather Miller, Ed.M.'00, helps parents navigate technology and chaos during school nights.
Sara Trail, Ed.M.'17, talks sewing, quilts, and social justice.