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8x8 stories

By News editor 09/09/2019 12:02 PM EDT
Jarvis Givens
Orientation began with the signature HGSE faculty “8x8” event in which eight faculty members present for eight minutes each on their cutting edge work in education.
By News editor 09/01/2018 10:14 AM EDT
Andrew Ho
Orientation began with the signature HGSE faculty “8x8” event in which eight faculty members present for eight minutes each on their cutting edge work in education.
By Newseditor 08/27/2016 4:35 PM EDT
Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell
Associate Professor Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell explores how the relationship structure in a school affects how decisions are made.
By Bridget Terry Long 08/27/2016 2:39 PM EDT
Bridget Terry Long
Professor Bridget Terry Long demonstrates just how difficult the college application process can be and how it can be improved for all students.
By Roberto Gonzales 08/27/2016 2:35 PM EDT
Roberto Gonsalez
Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales scrutinizes recent immigration politics, and how recent developments have affected the lives of undocumented immigrant students
By David Deming 08/27/2016 2:22 PM EDT
David Deming
Professor David Deming pokes holes in the idea that the acquisition of skills contributes to rising inequality in the United States.
By Nonie Lesaux 08/27/2016 2:14 PM EDT
Nonie Lesaux
Professor Nonie Lesaux outlines the benefits of early education and opportunities and challenges posed by the expansion of preK education.
By Monica Higgins 08/27/2016 1:59 PM EDT
Monica Higgins
Professor Monica Higgins asks how we can better evaluate leaders and encourage professionals to share best practices and learn from one another.
By Thomas Hehir 08/27/2016 1:55 PM EDT
Tom Hehir
Professor Thomas Hehir shares the stories of students with disabilities who attended Harvard — and outlines the supports those students needed to succeed.
By Natasha Warikoo 08/27/2016 1:49 PM EDT
Natasha Warikoo
Associate Professor Natasha Kumar Warikoo reviews the discourse of diversity, how it is lacking, and how we can move the conversation forward.

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