The Future of Education
In response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), HGSE has postponed all in-person events. While the Future of Education series is on hold, HGSE has developed two new virtual series that respond, in different ways, to the events shaping our lives and the field of education today. We hope you will join us in these conversations.
A new initiative by the Harvard Graduate School of Education to respond to the dramatic changes and disruptions in the field of education today.
This web series will include crucial conversations about teaching, learning, leading, and living in the time of coronavirus. Whether you are an educator, a parent/caregiver, or both, these weekly, 30-minute conversations will offer valuable ideas to help you navigate today's complex education and parenting landscape. Hosted by Richard Weissbourd, co-director of HGSE’s Human Development and Psychology master’s program and director of HGSE’s Making Caring Common project.
Latest Episode: The Path Forward, where we'll ask Professor of Education, Meira Levinson and Clint Smith (Ed.M.'17, Ph.D.'20) about what needs to happen now to prepare educators, families, and communities for a new vision for K-12 education.
HGSE's Leadership Series
Community conversations with speakers whose leadership, expertise, and vision will drive the education sector forward amidst a set of unprecedented challenges.
Join our extended community of students, faculty, alumni, parents, and educators in this online leadership series to engage in important conversations during these extraordinary and unprecedented time.
Latest episode: Dean Bridget Long has A Conversation with Geoffrey Canada Ed.M.’75, founder and President of the Harlem Children's Zone, about his dedication to equity, innovative approach to serving all children, and thoughts on how we can best support children, families, and educators during this time of crisis.
Episodes will be broadcast live on Zoom and be available on YouTube.