By News editor 05/13/2022 10:31 AM EDT
The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Education Leadership, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship reflects on her time at HGSE and looks toward the future.
By News editor 05/13/2022 10:02 AM EDT
The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Learning Design, Innovation, and Technology reflects on her time at HGSE and looks toward the future.
By News editor 05/13/2022 9:13 AM EDT
The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Human Development and Education reflects on her time at HGSE and looks toward the future.
By News editor 05/13/2022 8:11 AM EDT
The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Education Policy and Analysis reflects on their time at HGSE and looks toward the future.
By News editor 05/05/2022 12:16 PM EDT
With research showing the impact of remote and hybrid learning, what are the federal, state, and district strategies to lift learning and support social-emotional needs?
By News editor 05/04/2022 3:49 PM EDT
Shining a light on a pathway to rediscovering and embracing the unique mission of higher education — and how that applies to the world today’s graduates will inherit.
By News editor 05/04/2022 11:58 AM EDT
She is among the 261 new members elected to the prestigious organization in 2022.
By Nakul Grover 05/03/2022 12:21 PM EDT
With an emphasis on social-emotional skills and play, master's student Maureen Bunney's edtech company aims to help young learners succeed.
By Emily Boudreau 05/02/2022 12:04 PM EDT
Dexter Moore Jr., Ed.L.D. '22, returned to his hometown of Oakland, California to lead the school district's pioneering Reparations for Black Student Resolution — a culmination of community organizing.
By Emily Boudreau 05/02/2022 10:39 AM EDT
Newly developed case studies and a film discussion guide will help Harvard and other institutions to confront the legacy of slavery in their own communities.
By News editor 04/20/2022 3:53 PM EDT
A look at the trauma-responsive strategies that can help both students and adults — and can an effective trauma response lead to better, more just schools
By Jill Anderson 04/20/2022 11:10 AM EDT
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
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 News editor 04/08/2022 12:14 PM EDT
Assistant Professor Jarvis Givens' "Fugitive Pedagogy" has been honored by the American Educational Research Association as the year's best.
By News editor 04/08/2022 11:13 AM EDT
Professor Daniel Koretz receives the 2022 E.F. Lindquist Award in recognition of outstanding applied or theoretical research in the field of testing and measurement.
By Jill Anderson 04/07/2022 2:00 PM EDT
Associate Professor Sarah Dryden-Peterson talks about the ways we can better support refugee children and teachers in education around the world.
By News editor 04/06/2022 2:53 PM EDT
A discussion of concrete ways to support children and adults in developing their capacities to weather the challenges brought on by the pandemic.
By News editor 04/05/2022 4:56 PM EDT
She will begin her appointment as professor in residence on July 1, 2022, and will head the Immigration Initiative at Harvard.
By News editor 04/05/2022 3:26 PM EDT
She will begin her appointment as professor of practice on July 1, 2022, bringing deep expertise in global education policy.
By News editor 04/04/2022 11:53 AM EDT
Sarah Dryden-Peterson on how governments and education systems around the world can create safe, welcoming spaces for displaced students.