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The Power of Playful Learning

On Campus

Askwith Essentials: The Power of Playful Learning

On October 21 at the Askwith Forums, a panel of educators and researchers will discuss ways to create formal educational settings where children can safely and successfully learn through play.

Recess

Impact and Innovation

Harvard EdCast: Why We Need to Rethink Recess

How schools can use the break time to better support students' learning.

Jim Mullen

On Campus

A Higher Ed Leader Finds Balance

As part of HGSE's President-in-Residence Program, former college president Jim Mullen re-centers himself while providing HGSE students with insight into leadership challenges in higher education.

Casanova

On Campus

The Scars that Prison Leaves

Recording artist Casanova joined Edyson Julio, Ed.M.’18, at HGSE for a conversation about incarceration, its impact on urban education, and pathways to reform.

HGSE in the Media

Appearances by members of the HGSE community, as well as HGSE research projects and initiatives, in the national press.

From Mass. Ave. to ‘Sesame Street’

Harvard Gazette: September 30, 2019

Cities Find New Ways to Fill Pre-K Funding Holes

The Hechinger Report: September 24, 2019

How School Counselors’ Roles Have Evolved

Boston Globe: September 18, 2019

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Usable Knowledge

Usable Knowledge is a trusted source of insight into what works in education — translating new research into easy-to-use stories and strategies for teachers, parents, K-12 leaders, higher ed professionals, and policymakers.

The Harvard Edcast

The Harvard EdCast is Harvard’s flagship education podcast, acting as a space for education-related discourse with thought leaders in the field of education from across the country and around the world.

Ed Magazine

Harvard Ed. magazine is an award-winning alumni magazine, published three times a year, that covers timely education stories that appeal to the Harvard community and the broader world.

 

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