history of American education Stories
By Lory Hough 01/30/2022 3:36 PM EST
Through his new Black Teacher Archives Project, Assistant Professor Jarvis Givens wants people to know that the story of Black education and Black teachers is complicated — and worth telling.
By Jill Anderson 02/10/2021 2:47 PM EST
How Black educators worked together, often employing covert actions, to lead valuable learning for students in the Jim Crow South.
By Jill Anderson 03/27/2019 4:00 PM EDT
In the Harvard EdCast, Vanessa Siddle Walker uncovers the lost history of black educators — and the compromised promise of desegregation.
By Emily Boudreau 03/19/2019 10:26 AM EDT
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.
At the Askwith Forums on February 8, a panel will discuss the need for social justice efforts in American education in order to create a more equitable environment for students.
By Casey Bayer 01/17/2018 2:09 PM EST
HGSE postdoctoral fellow, whose work focuses on the history of African American education, named assistant professor of education.
By Christina Pazzanese 08/19/2014 9:14 AM EDT
Professor Tom Kane, faculty director of the Center for Education Policy Research, speaks to the Harvard Gazette about recent teacher tenure lawsuits in California and New York.