The future of education in a world turned sideways.
In between helping kids with online homework and teaching their own virtual classes at the Ed School, a half dozen faculty members posed for "porch-raits" outside the place they've called their office since March: their homes.
A dozen well-known illustrators let their imaginations ponder "student" in a new COVID/Zoom/racial division/who-knows-what’s-next world.
An audio series continuing the stories of a few of our contributors. First they pivoted, then what?
Teacher | Arleta High School | Los Angeles
Senior Lecturer | Harvard Graduate School of Education | Cambridge
Retired Educational Researcher and Evaluator | Teacher | Cambridge
Dean | Harvard Graduate School of Education | Cambridge
Middle School Teacher and HTF Cohort 4 Alum | A Public Charter School | Denver
Lifelong Educators | Granville, Ohio
Current Student | Education, Policy, and Management Program | Atlanta
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
Follow the preschool schedule during at-home learning or chuck it in favor of play?
Current Student | Technology, Innovation, and Education Program | Toronto
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
Photos of alumni with their families (however they define that) on their porches, front steps, or balconies.
Partner | Creative Marble Consultancy | Sacramento, California
Founder | Grad Guru | Mexico City