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A special forum marking the launch of the Black Teacher Archive — a groundbreaking digital repository that centralizes the experiences of Black educators during Jim Crow and creates new portals to understanding the history of African American education. With HGSE's Jarvis Givens and Harvard's Imani Perry. Moderated by Harvard's Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham.
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Strategies to better support the mental well-being of parents and caregivers, with a view to preventing anxiety and depression in adolescents.
How seniors and other aspiring college students, including those in underserved communities, can best prepare for college and present themselves in the application process.
Join us as we launch HGSE’s new Center for Digital Thriving by welcoming the U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy for a conversation that gets to the heart of how families and educators can help young people build and sustain their digital well-being. With Center for Digital Thriving Co-Director Emily Weinstein and Harvard College student Destinee Ramos.
Askwith Lecture Hall
The signature speaker series of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, bringing innovators and influential leaders to campus. All Askwith Education Forums are accessible, free, and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Seating is first-come, first-seated.
An eye-opening presentation sheds new light on elite admissions practices in higher education
A webinar series providing actionable insights and strategies to shape new approaches to challenges in education
An exploration of ways in which educators can instill civic identity in students
How teachers can find learning opportunities using AI-assisted technology
A venue for critical discussion and engagement with current issues in the field of education research, practice, and policy.
Experts in how to apply quantitative education research in partnership with school districts and state education agencies
In-person and virtual events with community leaders and policymakers coming together to ensure that all children and youth thrive.
Opportunities to engage with the ideas of PZ both in person and online throughout the year.