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Protests

Ed School Students, Alumni Protest Convocation Speaker

According to the statement of protest, Johnston ”embraces a vision of education reform that relies heavily on test-based accountability while weakening the due process protections of teachers.”

Chao Center
College

Today in Photos (04/24/2014)

Education Matters
Events

Education Matters

Panelists discuss the current state of K-12 education in a Harvard Graduate School of Education Askwith Forum on Thursday, April 24.

Education Matters
Events

Askwith Forum Focuses on Analysis, Improvement of Modern Education

Discussion among panelists ranged from the inequality of education standards across schools to youth unemployment rates.

Leveling the Playing Field For Children
On Campus

Leveling the Playing Field For Children

Jerry D. Weast discusses the importance of making the classroom environment inspiring for its students while Kathleen McCartney listens thoughtfully.

Leveling the Playing Field For Children
College

Today in Photos (04/11/2014)

Leveling the Playing Field For Children
On Campus

Leveling the Playing Field For Children

Massachusetts governor Deval H. Patrick '78, giving the opening statement, describes the joy in seeing children realize the benefits of their education.

Tangled up in Blue
On Campus

Tangled up in Blue

Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day, the Harvard Graduate School of Education lights the Gutman Library in blue on Wednesday night. The library's illumination is part of a global initiative.

Blue Ivy
On Campus

Blue Ivy

Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day, the Harvard Graduate School of Education lights the Gutman Library in blue on Wednesday night. The library's illumination is part of a global initiative.

Blue Ivy
College

Today in Photos (04/03/2014)

Grad School of Education

Ed School Student Creates Anti-Bullying Video Game

Harvard Graduate School of Education student Geoff E. Marietta has collaborated with MIT game developer Jeff Orkin to create “SchoolLife,” a video game designed to reduce bullying in the classroom. The idea for the game has attracted attention and acclaim in the past year, winning the 2013 Harvard Education Innovation Contest and earning a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

Dilemmas of Justice
Grad School of Education

Dilemmas of Justice

Meira Levinson of the Graduate School of Education speaks about the dilemma of justice in schools on Tuesday.

Gubernatorial Candidates
IOP

Today in Photos (02/26/2014)

Dilemmas of Justice
Interfaculty Initiatives

Education Professor Unveils Justice Project

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.

Graduate School of Design

By the Numbers: Grad School

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.)

Dance at the fair
Freshmen

Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

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Transatlanticism