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Girlhood

Girlhood

After years of social gains and with bright futures within reach, why are things still so difficult for middle school girls?

Girlhood

Winter 2019

Illustration by Laurent Cilluffo

"Good Schools Close to Home"

How Boston’s bold attempt to increase equity and reduce student travel time by giving families smarter options didn’t quite work — but could.

Students from Monument Academy

Monumental Effort

A public boarding school provides a stable home away from home for some of D.C.'s most at-risk students.

Najwa Elyazgi

Locked In

How the travel ban affects one HGSE student.

Illustration by Cristina Spano

Why DACA Works

A new study shows that immigrant students with DACA status have an easier transition to adulthood.

Daniel Haack

Study Skills: Daniel Haack

Master's candidate Daniel Haack on putting a new twist on a well-known tale.

Illustration by Cristina Spano

Right on the Nail

Teacher Joshua Jenkins, Ed.M.'15, writes about disrupting the gender binary.

Molly Heber

High School Insider

How one alum is giving student journalists and writers a place to share their stories.

Illustration by Cristina Spano

Helping Early Childhood Educators De-stress

How early educators can de-stress and not burn out.

Junlei Li

The Making of Junlei Li

Senior Lecturer Junlei Li on early education and keeping things simple.

Filomena

The Story of the Unlikely Children's Book Author

Professor Fernando Reimers' debut as children's book author.

Anthony Jack

Recess: Tony Jack, Knitter

A look at one of Assistant Professor Anthony Jack's favorite hobbies.

Books

On My Bookshelf: Tina Grotzer

Principal Research Scientist Tina Grotzer, Ed.M.'85, Ed.D.'93, shares what’s she’s reading.

Books: Winter 2019

Books: Winter 2019

Recent books published by members of the HGSE community.

Photographs by Juliet Biagi, Ed.M.'15

AIE Conversations

More than 100 educators from the AIE community gathered last fall for a two-day summit to paint, create, and continue the conversation.

Empty classroom desks

One on One with Peter Smith

People are often penalized based on how they learn, not on what they know, writes Peter Smith, M.A.T.’70, Ed.D.’83.