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By Timothy Butterfield 02/25/2020 12:27 PM EST
Alumni of Color Conference
In HGSE’s Centennial year, the annual Alumni of Color Conference will look to the future of education for communities of color.
By Emily Boudreau 02/24/2020 2:42 PM EST
Samantha Pratt
With a new app — and an appearance at this weekend’s Alumni of Color Conference — alum Samantha Pratt brings urgency to conversations about mental health and trauma in schools.
By Timothy Butterfield 12/17/2019 9:07 AM EST
Taylor Matz in Gutman Library
Following a career change, master's student Taylour Matz finds inspiration in the creative process as she works to bring a new education program to life.
By Jill Anderson 10/30/2019 1:55 PM EDT
Richard Reddick
Leading equity and inclusion efforts on college campuses is vital work, but also challenging and stressful. Why the effort is worth it — and why diversity is never really a one-person job.
By Andrew Bauld 10/24/2019 8:27 AM EDT
Emily Hanno
Djokovic Fellowship brings rigorous analysis to the work of expanding access to meaningful professional growth — to make a difference for children.
By Marin Jorgensen 09/25/2019 4:05 PM EDT
Ed.L.D. alums
As the Doctor of Education Leadership (Ed.L.D.) Program celebrates its 10th cohort, alumni and current students reflect on leadership and the impact of Ed.L.D. on their current work.
By Timothy Butterfield 09/18/2019 9:41 AM EDT
Eve Ewing
Alum Eve L. Ewing returned to Appian Way for an exploration of feminism, poetry, and the power of imaginative thinking.
By Lory Hough 08/29/2019 3:51 PM EDT
Need for Speed
Study shows that faster isn't necessarily better when it comes to learning.
By Andrew Bauld 08/29/2019 2:33 PM EDT
Ann Mantil
Grad conducts first formal study of 50-year-old school integration program.
By Lory Hough 08/29/2019 2:30 PM EDT
students' music
How to stay in tune with students’ musical tastes and build connections in their classrooms.

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