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By Jill Anderson 02/18/2022 1:42 PM EST
A Turning Point for Social-Emotional Learning

How a focus on social-emotional learning can better help children — in school and at home — as we cope with recent challenges and begin to emerge from the pandemic.

By Emily Boudreau 02/18/2022 10:54 AM EST
Zid Mancenido

Ph.D. student Zid Mancenido looks at what it will take to encourage high-achieving students to pursue careers as teachers.

By News editor 02/17/2022 2:15 PM EST
Fire, Water, Earth, Wind

A discussion on how schools and educators can help prepare young people to envision and work toward a more sustainable, resilient, and equitable society.

By Nakul Grover 02/11/2022 11:23 AM EST
Reville policy class meets with Jeff Riley

With recommendations based on research and relationship-building, students in HGSE course influence state policy and make real-time impact in the field.

By News editor 02/10/2022 9:15 AM EST
Facing Race

A discussion on how schools, educators, and families can navigate the continued politicization and tensions around teaching and talking about race, racism, diversity, and equity.

By News editor 02/08/2022 11:35 AM EST
Susan Dynarski

The National Academy of Education honors scholars for their valuable contributions to educational research and policy development.

By Nakul Grover 02/04/2022 10:16 AM EST
Drew Madson and Steve Askar

With their new app — launched in the pandemic — two alums give teachers a tool to identify struggling readers and provide personalized support.

By News editor 02/02/2022 11:20 AM EST
HTF alumnus Jerry Nelluvelil teaching

With its largest gift to date, HGSE will deepen its commitment to the teaching profession and provide significant tuition funding to ease the debt burden for aspiring and experienced teachers.

By Emily Boudreau 02/02/2022 10:08 AM EST
Noah Heller

Three questions for Lecturer Noah Heller, faculty in HGSE's new Teacher and Teacher Leadership master's program.

By News editor 02/02/2022 7:00 AM EST
Victor Pereira

Three questions for Lecturer Victor Pereira, faculty co-chair of HGSE's new Teaching and Teacher Leadership master's program.

By News editor 02/02/2022 7:00 AM EST
Heather Hill

Three questions for Professor Heather Hill, faculty co-chair of HGSE's new Teacher and Teacher Leadership master's program.

By Jill Anderson 01/21/2022 3:05 PM EST
Empty classroom with sun shining in

With local schools facing severe staffing shortages amid a pandemic surge, HGSE students step up to help.

By Nakul Grover 01/19/2022 10:08 AM EST
Mari Sawa reading to children

At her school in Okayama, Japan, master's student Mari Sawa innovates by involving the whole family in literacy instruction

By Jill Anderson 01/14/2022 12:06 PM EST
Charles Vert Willie

The leading sociologist, champion for equity, and longtime HGSE faculty member passed away on January 11.

By Andrew Bauld 01/13/2022 11:26 AM EST
Next Level Lab graphic

Project Zero’s new lab looks to better prepare lifelong learners for an uncertain future.

By News editor 01/11/2022 12:02 PM EST
Bertrand Schneider

Bertrand Schneider, whose work focuses on using multimodal learning analytics to better understand learning processes, has been promoted to the rank of associate professor.

By Jill Anderson 12/17/2021 11:54 AM EST
Child with sign - Power is Kindness

Author Traci Baxley shares ideas and offers support to families eager to engage with their children about issues of social justice.

By Emily Boudreau 12/14/2021 4:43 PM EST
Becca Bassett

Ph.D. student Becca Bassett on what really needs to be done to support low-income, first-gen college students.

By News editor 12/13/2021 4:22 PM EST
2021 blocks being turned to 2022

Stories from HGSE to revisit and reconsider as we head into the new year.

By Jill Anderson 12/09/2021 2:16 PM EST

Economist Jeff Denning explains why college completion rates have gone up in the past few decades.