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Why It Matters: Karen Brennan
In an ongoing series, education researchers reflect on what drives their work
In a continuing series, Usable Knowledge is asking faculty members at the Harvard Graduate School of Education to grapple with the question of why their work matters — and to share reflections about what motivates them. Their answers — recorded in minute-long videos — are a reminder of the vital role that education plays in addressing the complex challenges of today’s world.
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