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"[Rest] allows us to take stock of what’s going on inside and shatters the myth that the only real social justice work happens outside of us. Rest forces us to reconcile the close relationship between our inner journey and how we show up in the world on the outside."
"We have been focused so much on academic freedom and free speech that we have neglected to set standards for a culture of mutual respect. It is necessary to do both."
Creative ways educators can adjust their curriculum during "treacherous" times
A guide for educators as efforts intensify to censor books
Alum found a way to support communal wellness for Black and Latina early childhood educators
Alum works to dismantle what it means to be a runner and a scientist
Master’s student breaks out in Hollywood as she breaks stereotypes
With Camp Harvard, Ed.L.D. student is all in for K–12
Tony DelaRosa, Ed.M.'18, unpacks how educators teach Asian American Pacific Islander narratives — and how that can be transformed
Professional education alumnus pushes the boundaries of Italian academia
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
“The most favorably aligned institutions are by and large top-tier institutions. So, the argument that’s often made that you can’t have diversity and philanthropy seems to be at least questioned by the data that we collected … It’s possible to be a wealthy institution and have a diverse board at the same time.”
"The largest concern is the implication for high school students, especially students of color. This message potentially, if it’s not mediated by a lot of adults and educators, is going to have a disastrous effect on the college-going aspirations of Black and Latinx students. And then ultimately, that will have an impact on our campuses and on our workforce and our citizenry."
Recent alum heads up DEI in a historic Boston administration
Through his new Black Teacher Archive Project, Assistant Professor Jarvis Givens wants people to know that the story of Black education and Black teachers is complicated — and worth telling.
How schools and parents can help anxious students.