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HGSE in the Media: August 2018

By News editor on September 1, 2018 4:30 PM
Appearances by members of the HGSE community, as well as HGSE research projects and initiatives, in the national press — both traditional and online — in August.

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Billions in Pell Grants Go to Students Who Aren't Graduating, New Data Shows (PBS News Hour)
Featured: Senior Lecturer James Antony

9 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Cope with Jealousy (Washington Post)
Happy Children Do Chores (New York Times)
Featured: Senior Lecturer Richard Weissbourd

Should These Tests Get a Failing Grade? (New York Times)
Featured: Professor Daniel Koretz

Boston Schools Are More Segregated Now Than 20 Years Ago. Is There A Solution? (WBGH)
Paul Reville: Resegregated Schools Are A Reflection Of A Divided City (WGBH - Boston Public Radio)
Featured: Professor Paul Reville

Poll: Support for School Choice Growing Among Republicans (Associated Press)
Featured: Professor Martin West

The 74 Interview: Harvard’s Karen Mapp on ESSA, Family Engagement, and How
Schools and Communities Can Partner to Help Kids Succeed
(The 74)
Featured: Senior Lecturer Karen Mapp

Reading, Writing and Arguing: Can a Summer of Big Questions Push Students to College? (The Hechinger Report)
Featured: Senior Lecturer Mandy Savitz-Romer.