HGSE in the Media: July 2018
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How Elite Schools Stay So White (New York Times)
Natasha Warikoo co-writes this opinion piece.
Doing It for the College Resume (U.S. News and World Report)
Senior Lecturer Richard Weissbourd comments on Making Caring Common research.
The Enormous Cost of Toxic Stress: Repairing Damage to Refugee and Separated Children (Brookings)
Jack Shonkoff among members of the Scientific Advisory Group which produced this statement.
'Families Are Being Torn Apart:' Cambridge Panel Addresses Crisis at Border (Wicked Local)
This Week on TV: Lives in Limbo! (CCTV Cambridge)
Roberto Gonzales participates in a panel discussing the implications of immigration policies.
Lifelong Trauma Seen for Migrant Children Caught at US Border (Reuters)
Charles Nelson comments.
The Poshard Foundation Sponsors Training in Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (The Southern Illinoisan)
Jack Shonkoff comments on the effects of toxic stress.
Profile: Onetime Obama Staffer Now Steers Higher Ed in NJ (NJ Spotlight)
An interview with alum Zakiya Smith Ellis on her new appointment as New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education.
Proposed Department of Education Merger Comes as Key Education Programs Dismantled (NBC News)
Laura Schifter comments on the potential impact of the merger.
A Good Superintendent Could Be Hard To Find (WGBH)
Paul Reville comments on the search for a leader for Boston Public Schools.
Declaration of Authenticity (Harvard Gazette)
Danielle Allen's Declaration of Independence project.
White House Withdraws Obama-Era Guidance For Colleges On Upping Diversity In Admissions (NPR - WBUR: Edify)
Natasha Warikoo discusses the implications of the recent move by the Trump administration.