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By Gianna Cacciatore 05/04/2021 2:34 PM EDT
Active chat room compliments. Family and friends from around the world "in the room." The ability to record the session. This year's doctoral students find the positives in defending dissertations on Zoom.
By Lory Hough 04/20/2021 3:33 PM EDT
An alum talks about funding edtech startups that focus on the human side of work.
By Emily Boudreau 04/14/2021 10:46 AM EDT
Building connections across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, Ph.D. student Jeraul Mackey's research examines how organizational culture around entry-level hiring in the nonprofit sector can expand and limit opportunity.
By Gianna Cacciatore 02/18/2021 10:11 AM EST
Master's student Priten Shah wants to change how we teach civics to students around the world.
By Lory Hough 02/12/2021 3:21 PM EST
Charlotte Agell's new book offers an intro to teachers and parents.
By Gianna Cacciatore 01/06/2021 3:26 PM EST
Based on her parents' experience in Eritria and her own time in school, alum Malika Ali, Ed.M.’19, learned that education meant liberation
By Lory Hough 01/06/2021 10:31 AM EST
For anyone who remembers dog-earing the page in the Yellow Pages of a favorite pizza shop, and lovers of books and bookstores, Logan Smalley's new "Call Me Ishmael Phone Book" is a nostalgic and useful resource.
By Matt Weber 01/04/2021 11:08 PM EST
Graduate Matt Weber, Ed.M.’11, learned something about teaching during a pandemic from the iconic Mr. Goodbar: Keep it simple, be kind, and always carry chocolate.
By Lory Hough 01/04/2021 1:02 PM EST
A new audio project called Sound Practice by Michael Lipset, Ed.M.'16, is designed to help people doing equity work get centered — and off of screens.
By Katie Clarke 01/03/2021 2:12 PM EST
An eight-year veteran teacher realized she didn't know what her students needed — or what was meaningful for them — during online COVID learning