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Stories, faculty specialties, degree offerings, and professional development programs related to the issues, policies, and practices around race, ethnicity, equity, and justice
Creative ways educators can adjust their curriculum during "treacherous" times
A guide for educators as efforts intensify to censor books
Timothy McCarthy on his humble roots, talking too much, and the many ways he hit the jackpot
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
A guide to healing-centered engagement, an innovative mental health model
Members of the HGSE community share titles that inform and provide new perspectives
How educators are speaking out in response to recent — and increasing — book bans
Tony DelaRosa, Ed.M.'18, unpacks how educators teach Asian American Pacific Islander narratives — and how that can be transformed
A panel of educators discuss the impact affirmative action's end has on new college applicants
Professional education alumnus pushes the boundaries of Italian academia
“Don't shy away from controversy. That's where really rich learning happens. And more importantly, I think the significant learning that we need for a really functioning democracy.”
The impact of the Supreme Court's decision to end race conscious admissions and the future of diversity work on college campuses
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
Alum looks at the role learning more than one language can play in bettering democracy
“Education is important, but it’s no panacea. And an education-only narrative misses other structural features of our society that have to change. ... The core thing is how much race matters.”
“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.”
How higher education has reacted to the end of affirmative action and the path forward for equity
An alum produces civics-minded projects centering community, artistry, and advocacy
Ph.D. student Avriel Epps studies how bias in the digital world impacts users across diverse backgrounds
Professor David Deming speaks on the Plain English podcast about what his latest study tells us about college, fairness, and the American dream.
"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."
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February 1, 2023