Excerpts from Clint Smith's New York Times bestselling, PEN-nominated exploration of the history and legacy of slavery across America.
Through his new Black Teacher Archives Project, Assistant Professor Jarvis Givens wants people to know that the story of Black education and Black teachers is complicated — and worth telling.
His hopes for the book, what didn’t make the cut, and how time changes things.
America is once again asking the question: Who gets to decide how we teach the history of our country’s past?
Matthew Grimes, Ed.M.’21, finds his dream job doing DEI work with the MLB.
For Ed School families living and learning together, Anna Kirby wants Harvard to feel not just like a school, but like home.
Filmmaker Tracy Heather Strain brings Oz writer and many others to life.
Michael Sadowski, Ed.M.’95, Ed.D.’05, believes that every life can tell a story — it just takes some digging to figure out what that story is.
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.
Lecturer Ola Ozernov-Palchik shares notable books in her life and career.
How one alum stayed connected during a remote year.
What one alum learned from writing a book with his father.