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Meira Levinson of the Graduate School of Education speaks about the dilemma of justice in schools on Tuesday.
Graduate School of Education associate professor Meira Levinson discussed the role of educators as agents of the state and the need for dialogue about justice within the educational sphere at a lecture Tuesday afternoon.
Not ready to enter the real world after college? Don’t worry; that’s what grad school is for! But it’s far from cheap. FM did a little math and even went undercover, started working on some applications to find out what attending some of Harvard’s graduate and professional schools might cost you. (All numbers as of Academic Year 2013-2014 and taken from university websites.)
Justin Reich, HarvardX Research Fellow, highlights the distinction between the classroom and online settings when analyzing figures such as viewership and certification numbers. The HarvardX Research Presentation occurred on January 21 at Larsen Hall.
ustin Reich, HarvardX Research Fellow, provides a broad overview of the goals of the HarvardX research committee and describes the kind of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) research they performed. The HarvardX Research Presentation occurred on January 21 at Larsen Hall.
Bridget Terry Long, Academic Dean of the Graduate School of Education, continues the discussion of Justin Reich emphasizing the difficulty of measuring the extent of online education. The HarvardX Research Presentation occurred on January 21 at Larsen Hall.
The University curtailed its operations early Thursday afternoon, shuttering offices and asking non-essential employees to stay home from work Friday, as the first major snowstorm of the year struck New England and blanketed Harvard Yard.
Cathy A. Trower, co-founder and research director at the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education at the Graduate School of Education, will leave Tuesday after 16 years at Harvard.
A panel of education reformers discussed their experiences of “working from the outside in” to improve the quality of education in public schools at the Askwith Forum on Wednesday evening.
Clayton Spencer, current president of Bates College, speaks to the crowd in the Askwith Forums on Thursday night. Spencer was previously Harvard's Vice President for Policy and the founder of the Crimson Summer Academy.
Before an audience of students, professors, and other members of the Harvard community, John Wood, founder and board co-chair of Room to Read, discussed his experiences founding the educational non-profit and laid out key lessons about social entrepreneurship and leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on Monday.
Photographer Molly Quill's work focus largely on children at play.
Molly Quill's "Decapitating Daisies," in the Graduate School of Education's Gutman Library through Oct. 31, reflects on childhood as a defining moment in an individual’s social development and sense of identity. "I was really interested in the duality of being an adult and an outsider as well as a playmate to these children," Quill says.