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Harvard EdCast

The Harvard EdCast is a weekly podcast featuring brief conversations with education leaders and innovative thinkers from across the country and around the world. Hosted by Jill Anderson, the EdCast is a dynamic space for discourse about problems and transformative solutions in education, shining a light on the compelling people, policies, practices, and ideas shaping the field.

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The Harvard EdCast is produced by the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The opinions expressed are those of the guest alone, and not the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  EdCast theme music: The Void Union

 

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By Jill Anderson 12/11/2019 1:32 PM EST
Report Card

Encouraging teachers to reassess their grading practices and make the adjustments that can guide their students toward academic success.


By Jill Anderson 12/04/2019 3:00 PM EST
Child playing with wood letter blocks

How a deficit that affects the learning of one in 12 children can go undetected by parents and educators — and how to be aware the signs.


By Jill Anderson 11/20/2019 3:50 PM EST
Sarah Fiarman and Tracey Benson

Strategies for educators to counter their own unconscious biases in schools and classrooms.


By Jill Anderson 11/13/2019 2:51 PM EST
The Actual Cost of College

Helping families get past the sticker shock and discover what they might actually pay for college.


By Jill Anderson 11/06/2019 2:22 PM EST
Professor Andrew Ho

Test scores are not — and should not be — the whole measure of academic achievement for kids. How taking a comprehensive look at data can provide a more complete picture.


By Jill Anderson 10/30/2019 1:55 PM EDT
Richard Reddick

Leading equity and inclusion efforts on college campuses is vital work, but also challenging and stressful. Why the effort is worth it — and why diversity is never really a one-person job.


By Jill Anderson 10/24/2019 2:25 PM EDT
Female student from the rear, walking down long campus pathway

Colleges have seen an increase in demand for mental health services on campus and many schools are struggling to keep up. How can schools prepare to better serve their students, and how can parents and communities help?