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Asian and Asian American students face unique mental health challenges as a byproduct of both ethnic stereotypes and cultural attitudes, panelists said Wednesday.
Starting with the Class of 2016, seniors will be able to apply for the teacher education program.
Claude Steele, author of “Whistling Vivaldi,” discussed how to combat the effects stereotypes have on test performance at the Graduate School of Education Wednesday.
The program aims to attract students who might otherwise pursue Teach for America and prepare them for a career in education.
Two experts in educational inequality exchanged diverging opinions on race-based affirmative action in the college admissions process at a forum at GSE.
Experts compared education policy formation in the European Union and the U.S. at a panel event Monday.
Alicia Lebrija, President of the Televisa Foundation, speaks at the Graduate School of Education on Friday morning. Televisa Foundation is creating a national media campaign to inspire immigrant youth to "Think about it" and apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Eva A. Millona, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, speaks at the Graduate School of Education on Friday morning. Millona stressed the importance of providing support to immigrant youth and encouraging them to apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Degree holders from for-profit online institutions are 22 percent less likely to receive callbacks when applying for business and health-related jobs, according to a study led by David Deming, an associate professor at the Graduate School of Education.
“Beyoncé -The Study” is a new Harvard Business School case study that examines the business operations behind the powerful music industry figure. But why stop at the B School? FM thinks every Harvard grad school should incorporate Beyoncé into its curriculum.
Bruce Baker, Professor at Rutgers University, speaks at the Askwith Forum event, 'Is U.S. Public School Funding Fair?' at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on Wednesday.
Alfred W. Tatum, dean of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s college of education, gave a lecture Thursday outlining some possible approaches to improving the reading and writing skills of African-American boys.
The effort is part of a larger national movement started by United Students Against Sweatshops that criticizes Teach For America for undermining the quality of public education.