News What the NFL Can Teach Teachers Posted April 2, 2012 By News editor Does the culture of The National Football League and how NFL teams use data and evaluate performance hold lessons for classrooms? Football often implores consistent and constant methods of evaluation in practice and in the games, as opposed to schools where most often reflections are made at the end of a term. And in the NFL what success looks like is clear, unambiguous, and rigorously enforced. An NFL coach, a former player, and national teacher-quality expert discussed what the teaching profession can learn from the National Football League. This event was held on Monday, April 2, 2012. Below is a video of the event. News The latest research, perspectives, and highlights from the Harvard Graduate School of Education Explore All Articles Related Articles Education Now Back to School - Moving Forward from Here HGSE experts surface key challenges and concerns for educators, leaders, and families — and share concrete ideas for addressing them. Askwith Education Forum Beyond Recovery National education leaders gather at HGSE to explore meaningful, actionable solutions in the wake of COVID-19 Education Now Hope and Resilience in Childhood A discussion of concrete ways to support children and adults in developing their capacities to weather the challenges brought on by the pandemic.