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By Emily Boudreau 02/25/2021 12:49 PM EST
Question marks
How HGSE students connected their studies to practice to build supports for their communities all over the world.
By Gianna Cacciatore 12/18/2020 2:11 PM EST
Ethnic Studies
HGSE's Ethnic Studies and Education course is a whole community, as its culminating symposium showed.
By Jill Anderson 07/08/2020 2:57 PM EDT
faculty collage
Faculty share how they altered their teaching as their classes pivoted to remote learning.
By Bari Walsh 06/03/2020 9:19 AM EDT
Longfellow
Dean Long announces launch of a richly crafted suite of online courses and community experiences for rigorous, active, and inclusive learning, amid continuing public health constraints.
By Timothy Butterfield 12/23/2019 3:07 PM EST
Longfellow
HGSE alumni working in the field return to Appian Way to share lessons learned and insights gained.
By Emily Boudreau 11/07/2019 3:11 PM EST
Houman Harouni
In Houman Harouni’s classes, power structures are questioned, discomfort is embraced, and even the act of teaching is subverted.
By Lory Hough 10/15/2019 4:13 PM EDT
Jim Mullen
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.
By Jill Anderson 05/06/2019 9:54 AM EDT
Schneider class
Taking requests from the littlest clients, HGSE students find their inner “maker” as they design new objects for learning (and play).
By Grace Tatter 01/18/2019 12:48 PM EST
MLK Blvd
Students and staff from across campus convene at HGSE to explore their own roles — and Harvard's — in fulfilling Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision
By Casey Bayer 04/13/2018 10:25 AM EDT
Harvard Yard
A special collaboration between HGSE and FAS has yielded the first secondary field to connect with a Harvard graduate school, providing Harvard College students the opportunity to pursue their intellectual interests in education more formally.

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