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The Askwith Education Forum is a signature series of in-person events featuring leading thinkers and practitioners from across the field of education (and beyond) — exploring issues affecting schools, universities, families, and communities. The Forum was established in 1998 by the children and grandchildren of Herbert Askwith, A.B.'(19)07.
Askwith Education Forum takes place in Askwith Hall, in the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Longfellow building. Askwith events offer the opportunity to gather and network with colleagues, faculty, and leaders, and they are important campus anchors. Events are also streamed live and are recorded and available for later viewing on the Harvard Education YouTube channel.
A conversation about recovery and ongoing challenges featured past and present Chicago Public Schools leaders
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy detailed the struggle many adolescents have with social media and what can be done to help
The groundbreaking new digital repository centralizes the experiences of Black educators during Jim Crow and creates new portals to understanding the history of African American education
An eye-opening presentation sheds new light on elite admissions practices in higher education