A special centennial issue from Harvard Ed. magazine. Click headline to access a full version (PDF). A few of the individual reasons we love the Ed School are below.
A photo collection, yearbook-style, of some of our current students.
Memories from alumni over the years, plus a link to longer first-person alumni essays.
An essay by Dean Bridget Long about change and the next 100 years of education.
A look at two buildings on campus that you either love or you hate.
Our campus didn’t start out on Appian Way but in Lawrence Hall, in Harvard Yard.
Two essays on the importance of having international students on campus.
An excerpt from a 1969 story about the school’s contribution in getting Sesame Street off the ground.
Our new director of diversity, inclusion, and belonging writes about why it was important to have the word “belonging” in her title.
How an alum — first baffled by Eleanor Duckworth’s moon assignment — uses lessons learned with her students.
A look at our most attended Askwith Forum, plus a video message from the director.
An essay by one participant in our storytelling project, DoubleTake.
A big name at HGSE was the inspiration for a popular book and movie starring Gregory Peck.
Evelyn Church Hatfield, our oldest living alum (at 107!), was born during the Taft administration.
Before there was a Gutman Library, there was a student-built yurt on Appian Way, plus links to a video and story about the student, who eventually moved into a yurt in Maine.
Seven first-person essays written by alumni about their decision to become educators, plus links to past A to B essays that ran in Ed. magazine.