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By Jill Anderson 03/17/2023 9:39 AM EDT
Pink, Blue, and Rainbow Hearts on Stands

The steps schools should take toward building more gender-inclusive school climates

By Gary Miller 03/15/2023 10:55 AM EDT
Derby County educators

Inspired by their work in HGSE's Instructional Leadership Certificate program, a group of Connecticut educators create an in-school learning lab

By Ryan Nagelhout 03/14/2023 3:41 PM EDT
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The National Academy of Education honors two Harvard scholars for their valuable contributions to educational research and policy development

By Jill Anderson 03/13/2023 3:18 PM EDT
Parent and child on a tablet

The challenges of raising a child in the age of digital media

By Marin Jorgensen 03/10/2023 4:20 PM EST
Jarvis Givens

Jarvis Givens, a leading expert in African American educational history, has been promoted to the rank of professor

By News editor 03/08/2023 12:02 PM EST
Child at a climate change demonstration

Strategies for how adults can be thinking and talking about climate to and around children

By Jill Anderson 03/03/2023 3:41 PM EST
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Social psychologist Geoff Cohen discusses ways we can nurture belonging as educators, parents, and citizens.

By Marin Jorgensen 02/28/2023 2:22 PM EST
Alumni of Color Conference

This year's Alumni of Color Conference will take "A Journey Toward Healing"

By News editor 02/27/2023 11:11 AM EST
Gretchen Brion-Meisels

Gretchen Brion-Meisels, a youth-centered researcher and valued HGSE teacher, has been promoted to senior lecturer

By News editor 02/23/2023 11:06 PM EST
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Two HGSE faculty members have recently been awarded named chairs

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 News editor 02/22/2023 3:45 PM EST
A walkway and buildings on a typical college campus

What higher education institutions and policymakers can do to open the doors and put more students on the path to college and a degree

By News editor 02/17/2023 2:41 PM EST
Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Sarah Dryden-Peterson, a scholar in the field of refugee education, has been promoted to the rank of professor

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 Ryan Nagelhout 02/15/2023 6:35 PM EST
Christopher Cleveland

Ph.D. candidate Christopher Cleveland's research focuses on issues of equity and the impact of environmental factors on educational opportunity

By Ryan Nagelhout 02/10/2023 12:06 AM EST
Meira Levinson

With her EdEthics project, Professor Meira Levinson is striving to bring conversations around ethics in education to the fore

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 Bari Walsh 02/09/2023 10:09 AM EST
Jarvis Givens and book covers

With the recent release of works both new and classic, historian Jarvis Givens provides a glimpse into the vibrancy of Black student life in America

By News editor 02/08/2023 4:01 PM EST
Rural Schools

How caregivers and educators can support the mental well-being of rural and indigenous youth

By News editor 01/25/2023 3:22 PM EST
Child learning on laptop conference

How new innovations in remote learning can be harnessed to improve instruction in classrooms and make up for learning missed during the pandemic