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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.
By 04/15/2019 12:00 PM EDT
How to go below the surface and engage students in meaningful conversations about race, ethnicity, and identity.
By 04/11/2019 9:36 AM EDT
Real Advice for First-Gens
How first-generation students can successfully navigate college unknowns.
By Grace Tatter 04/08/2019 8:34 AM EDT
Ariana Aparicio Aguilar
The UndocuAllies Initiative and master’s candidate Ariana Aparicio Aguilar bring new urgency to supporting undocumented students at colleges and beyond.
By Jill Anderson 03/27/2019 4:00 PM EDT
Vanessa Siddle Walker
In the Harvard EdCast, Vanessa Siddle Walker uncovers the lost history of black educators — and the compromised promise of desegregation.
By Bari Walsh 03/26/2019 8:42 AM EDT
Reimagining Asian
Actors and creatives gather at HGSE to explore how the pop culture landscape is shifting for Asian stories, defying stereotype and allowing authentic identities.
By Jill Anderson 03/20/2019 1:00 PM EDT
Moving Beyond the Technical
How computer science education can be expanded to connect learning to social and ethical issues.
By Emily Boudreau 03/19/2019 10:26 AM EDT
Black Educators and the Struggle for Justice in Schools
At the Askwith Forums on Thursday, March 28: an exploration of how the voices of Black educators have contributed to the conversation in education — and how they have been silenced.
By Marin Jorgensen 02/27/2019 9:27 AM EST
AOCC 2019
Two of the student tri-chairs of the 2019 Alumni of Color Conference speak about the goals for this year’s event and how educators can create spaces that are welcoming for all.
By Emily Boudreau 02/25/2019 12:34 PM EST
Still Separate But Unequal
At the Askwith Forums on February 27, a panel of political thinkers, educators, historians, and economists will explore where we are and how far we need to go reducing poverty, inequality, and racial injustice in the U.S.

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