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By Matt Weber and Iman Rastegari 01/21/2016 9:14 AM EST
Ivy
Who are the graduates of the Ed.L.D. Program? Meet recent alumni and hear about how they are impacting the field of education.
By Newseditor 05/24/2012 5:07 PM EDT
Chantal Francois
"When I got to Harvard something that struck me, especially with literacy and urban adolescents, was what people called a 'crisis' in adolescent literacy... [exploring this] was the area that I was most passionate about."
By Newseditor 05/24/2012 5:06 PM EDT
Jeanne Weiner
"The cohort experience was [so powerful]... I am flabbergasted and honored. It's been a privilege to work with so many amazing people who are passionate about education. It's invigorating, exciting, and I will miss that."
By Marin Jorgensen 05/23/2012 3:57 PM EDT
Sona Chong Jho
"I came to the Ed School because the idea of educational television originated with researchers like [the late Professor] Gerry Lesser who imagined in the '60s that the medium could be a force for learning."
By Marty Lipp 05/22/2012 12:53 PM EDT
Geoffrey Canada
"We're trying to create a community where children are our permanent interest, and a child who has struggled is connected to a series of adults who stay with the child over long periods of time. This... is central to our work."
By Marty Lipp 05/22/2012 12:53 PM EDT
Geoffrey Canada
"We're trying to create a community where children are our permanent interest, and a child who has struggled is connected to a series of adults who stay with the child over long periods of time. This... is central to our work."
By Newseditor 04/09/2012 2:01 PM EDT
Manuel Rustin
As a student in the Teacher Education Program, Rustin learned a lot about issues he had never been exposed to. And, he says, it was amazing to be exposed to so many people who were passionate about teaching.
By Newseditor 01/18/2012 1:09 PM EST
William Trueheart
After William Trueheart finished his undergraduate degree, he had dreams of being a businessman. But when he met a teacher who asked him to mentor some low-income students of color, his future aspirations changed.
By News editor 01/18/2012 1:09 PM EST
After William Trueheart finished his undergraduate degree, he had dreams of being a businessman. But when he met a teacher who asked him to mentor some low-income students of color, his future aspirations changed.

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