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By Lory Hough 01/22/2019 12:14 PM EST
Daniel Haack
Master's candidate Daniel Haack on putting a new twist on a well-known tale.
By Joshua Jenkins 01/22/2019 12:06 PM EST
Illustration by Cristina Spano
Teacher Joshua Jenkins, Ed.M.'15, writes about disrupting the gender binary.
By Lory Hough 01/22/2019 11:48 AM EST
Molly Heber
How one alum is giving student journalists and writers a place to share their stories.
By Lory Hough 01/22/2019 11:33 AM EST
Illustration by Cristina Spano
How early educators can de-stress and not burn out.
By Ed. Magazine 01/15/2019 6:53 PM EST
Photographs by Juliet Biagi, Ed.M.'15
More than 100 educators from the AIE community gathered last fall for a two-day summit to paint, create, and continue the conversation.
By Lory Hough 01/15/2019 4:00 PM EST
Empty classroom desks
People are often penalized based on how they learn, not on what they know, writes Peter Smith, M.A.T.’70, Ed.D.’83.
By Emily Boudreau 12/12/2018 8:34 AM EST
Alexandra Bachorik
Master's student — and medical doctor — Alexandra Bachorik is working toward a curriculum that will lead to better health outcomes for women.
By Jill Anderson 11/08/2018 8:50 AM EST
Drew Echelson
Drew Echelson, Ed.M.’05, Ed.D.’13, has been named the next director of the Doctor of Education Leadership Program.
By Jill Anderson 10/03/2018 12:53 PM EDT
Who Goes to Private Schools?
Private school enrollments are declining — a trend that reveals a lot about the middle class in America. Here’s why it’s important for everyone to pay attention to who goes to private school.
By Emily Boudreau 10/01/2018 4:44 PM EDT
Arts in Education Summit
The annual Continuing the Conversation Summit — founded and chaired by Arts in Education Program alumni — provides a space for those invested in arts and education to come together, engage in discussion, and reflect on practice.

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