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politics Stories

By Jill Anderson 11/12/2020 4:42 PM EST
Colorful Knots
How educators can effectively discuss the election in their classrooms and help a younger generation move past polarization.
By Gianna Cacciatore 11/12/2020 10:47 AM EST
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In the latest episode of Education Now, experts from across Harvard discuss the potential effect of the 2020 national election on education, policy, and public health.
By Andrew Bauld, McKinlee Covey 11/06/2017 12:42 PM EST
Elected Officials
When elected officials are not addressing the issues most important to them and their students, what are educators to do? Run for office themselves.
By Casey Bayer 10/24/2017 9:29 AM EDT
Josh Delaney
How one alum's commitment to working on education policy issues took him from the classroom to the office of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
By Leah Shafer 01/20/2017 8:59 AM EST
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New tools to help educators and support students in controversial scenarios.
By Leah Shafer 11/15/2016 9:42 AM EST
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How teenagers are making sense of the election — and preparing to step into their civic roles.
By Leah Shafer 11/07/2016 8:14 AM EST
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For a polarized nation, where media streams reinforce the divide, a prescription for bridge-building.
By Leah Shafer 09/14/2016 8:40 AM EDT
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Facing down the challenges of teaching the 2016 election, with resources for preparing engaged citizens.

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