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Harvard EdCasts

By Jill Anderson 02/23/2023 9:37 AM EST
Students happy in school hallway

Carola Suárez-Orozco discusses the social-emotional needs of immigrant students

By Jill Anderson 02/17/2023 9:19 AM EST
Parent-Teacher Partnership

The history of parental rights movements, the political agendas at play, and how these movements impact educators and students.

By Jill Anderson 02/09/2023 3:51 PM EST
Girl in school library with AI graphic

Chris Dede discusses how education can evolve to work with — rather than fight against — artificial intelligence

By Jill Anderson 12/02/2022 10:56 AM EST
Web of people

Jeff Duncan-Andrade discusses why schools need to be equity-focused and how equality hasn't produced the results needed

By Jill Anderson 11/29/2022 11:08 AM EST
Aysha Upchurch

Lecturer Aysha Upchurch talks about the transformative power of hip-hop in education

By Jill Anderson 11/22/2022 10:51 AM EST
Conversation Bubbles on Chalkboard

The challenges of teaching uncomfortable narratives in class — and how educators can lean in

By Jill Anderson 11/15/2022 12:13 PM EST
Climate Change signs

Why schools should act against climate change now and how they can make change a reality.

By Jill Anderson 11/04/2022 3:10 PM EDT
Math teacher in front of white board

Professors Heather Hill and Jon Star reflect on how COVID impacted math teaching and learning — and where we go next

By Jill Anderson 10/28/2022 9:35 AM EDT
Girl reading book with sparkle concept

How children's imaginations can inform education and parenting

By Jill Anderson 10/21/2022 10:25 AM EDT
Jennifer Cheatham and Carl Cohn

How extreme politicalization is affecting the work of district leaders

By Jill Anderson 10/13/2022 4:01 PM EDT
Illustration of diverse group of students in circles

The strategies white parent activists used to challenge ethnic studies in California schools and why we need to understand how counter-curricular movements gain momentum and take hold.

By Jill Anderson 10/08/2022 2:08 PM EDT
Illustration of hands reaching toward one another

Help for school leaders in how to respond to traumatic events, such as shootings, at their schools — from an experienced leader who has gone through it.

By Jill Anderson 10/03/2022 1:30 PM EDT
Teens and Smartphones

Harvard researchers Emily Weinstein and Carrie James tell us what teens are really doing while on their phones.

By Jill Anderson 04/20/2022 11:10 AM EDT
High school class taking test in masks

Professor Tom Kane shares what research tells us about planning catch-up efforts in response to pandemic learning loss.

By Jill Anderson 04/14/2022 9:56 AM EDT
Map of U.S. made up of people

Stewart Kwoh talks about the need for Asian American history in the curriculum, how this can be done, and the challenges to making it a reality in education.

By Jill Anderson 04/07/2022 2:00 PM EDT
Illustration of a network of people connected across the world

Associate Professor Sarah Dryden-Peterson talks about the ways we can better support refugee children and teachers in education around the world.

By Jill Anderson 03/31/2022 12:00 PM EDT
Fernando Reimers

Professor Fernando Reimers looks at how many countries around the world responded to education challenges caused by the pandemic.

By Jill Anderson 03/29/2022 9:24 AM EDT
Juliana Uturbey

National Teacher of the Year Juliana Urtubey reflects on the importance of valuing all parts of a student’s identity and what that means for a teacher today.

By Jill Anderson 03/18/2022 8:56 AM EDT
College campus in fall

Professor Richard Light shares some secrets of university success and discusses what sets a great university apart from an OK one.

By Jill Anderson 03/11/2022 9:44 AM EST
Helping New Teachers Thrive

Exploring job-related stress among teachers and school leaders.