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diversity, equity, and inclusion stories

By Jill Anderson 11/20/2019 3:50 PM EST
Sarah Fiarman and Tracey Benson
Strategies for educators to counter their own unconscious biases in schools and classrooms.
By 11/01/2019 5:24 PM EDT
seesaw scale with uneven weights, suggesting unfair advantage
Exposing unconscious bias in schools by exploring data, asking questions, and working collaboratively to change policies.
By Jill Anderson 10/30/2019 1:55 PM EDT
Richard Reddick
Leading equity and inclusion efforts on college campuses is vital work, but also challenging and stressful. Why the effort is worth it — and why diversity is never really a one-person job.
By Jill Anderson 09/25/2019 2:33 PM EDT
Kim Parker
Kim Parker, co-founder of #Disrupttexts, suggests ways in which educators can incorporate diverse books into their curriculum — and how parents can be supportive allies in the process.
By Andrew Bauld 08/29/2019 2:33 PM EDT
Ann Mantil
Grad conducts first formal study of 50-year-old school integration program.
By Ed. Magazine 08/28/2019 2:19 PM EDT
Book covers
Some recommendations of books to incorporate into your classroom that can broaden perspectives.
By Jill Anderson 08/28/2019 2:05 PM EDT
Classic literature
A classic problem: The push to modernize reading lists is challenging traditional definitions of literature. Surprise: Not everyone is happy about it.
By Bari Walsh 05/29/2019 10:40 AM EDT
Ayanna Pressley and Jahana Hayes
Congresswomen Ayanna Pressley and Jahana Hayes visit campus to talk about connections between healthy children and healthy communities — and how to build new leadership that's truly representative.
By Andrew Bauld 05/28/2019 2:05 PM EDT
Alice Liou
An alum-created app helps educators address microaggression.
By Jill Anderson 04/16/2019 4:43 PM EDT
Josephine Kim
HGSE faculty joined others from the Harvard community to better understand the mental and emotional health experiences of young students of color.

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