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From the first issue, published in June 1956 with stories about the educational potential of TV and the school’s development since WWII, to our current issue, Harvard Ed. magazine has been keeping the community in the loop on Ed School happenings for nearly seven decades. A point of pride for the magazine is that it has also always looked beyond the Harvard campus, tackling education issues that are thought-provoking and controversial, from how we should teach history to the downside of current grading practices to why educators and schools need to be part of the climate change solution.
Members of the HGSE community share titles that inform and provide new perspectives
How a high school football team and determined principal helped keep their tiny school from closing
Research shows even infrequent readers get absorbed in reading
How educators are speaking out in response to recent — and increasing — book bans
Alum develops curriculum to entice reluctant math learners
California Teacher of the Year on his journey
The author of "Talk with Her: A Dad's Essential Guide to Raising Healthy, Confident, and Capable Daughters" talks girlhood, Barbie, and what's coming up for her
Can the doll and movie help young people find common ground? It’s complicated.
Alum looks at the role learning more than one language can play in bettering democracy