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Education Policy Experts Discuss Cradle-to-Career Pathways As Key to Social and Economic Mobility

Education policy experts said cradle-to-career pathways — comprehensive programs which support a student’s education at all stages of their life — were key to addressing the nation’s educational challenges during a Thursday panel at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

New Harvard Ed School Student Group Promotes Involvement in Educational Ethics Field

Students at the Harvard Graduate School of Education launched EdEthics Students at HGSE earlier this semester, a new group that aims to promote engagement in education-based policy and practice under an ethical framework.

Harvard Ed School Affiliates Talk Hopes, Expectations For New Dean

Harvard Graduate School of Education students and faculty expressed the need for a dean who will value global education and promote interdisciplinary collaboration, following the announcement of HGSE Dean Bridget Terry Long’s resignation at the end of this academic year.

Harvard Ed School Praises Dean Long’s Legacy After Resignation Announcement

Following a Jan. 18 announcement of Bridget Terry Long’s plan to resign as Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean at the end of the academic year, HGSE affiliates reflected on her accomplishments during her six-year tenure.

CEOs of Chicago Public Schools Discuss 20 Years of Education Reform

Three former and current CEOs of the Chicago Public Schools — the fourth largest school district in the country — discussed educational reform in the CPS at an event hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education Wednesday.

Harvard Education Press Authors Talk Campus Strategies for Diversity Post-Affirmative Action

Four higher education experts discussed during an online event last Thursday how colleges and universities should reform their admissions processes to maintain a diverse student body, including ending athlete preferences.

‘Bubbling Up From The Community’: Experts Discuss Fight Against Intergenerational Poverty at HGSE Talk

Students and experts discussed “cradle-to-career” initiatives in a conversation about “promise cities” and fighting intergenerational poverty hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s EdRedesign Lab Thursday evening.

Harvard Faculty Criticize Restrictions on AP Psychology Under Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Harvard faculty expressed concern over perceived curricular censorship in Florida following restrictions on the College Board’s Advanced Placement course in Psychology due to the state’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

Panelists Discuss AI in K-12 Education at Harvard Ed School Webinar

Education experts discussed how generative artificial intelligence can aid teachers and students in K-12 education at a Harvard Graduate School of Education webinar Wednesday.

Graduate School of Education Announces Presidents-in-Residence for Newly Renamed McLaughlin Program

Michael B. Alexander ’73 and Elsa M. Núñez were named 2023-24 presidents-in-residence at the Harvard Graduate School of Education April 4, when the program was also renamed in honor of HGSE senior lecturer and program founder Judith Block McLaughlin.

Northwestern Professor Kirabo Jackson Discusses Research on K-12 Education Spending at HGSE Talk

Professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University C. Kirabo Jackson discussed the implications of his research on the impact of spending on K-12 education at a Harvard Graduate School of Education talk in Larsen Hall Tuesday afternoon.

Harvard Ed School Dean Long Raises Concerns About Campus Diversity if Affirmative Action is Overturned

Ahead of the Supreme Court’s decision on race-conscious admissions at Harvard, Graduate School of Education Dean Bridget Terry Long maintains that economic affirmative action cannot replicate the racial diversity of current student populations.

Two Harvard Graduate School of Education Professors Elected to National Academy of Education

Two Harvard Graduate School of Education professors were earlier this month elected as members of the National Academy of Education, a nonprofit that aims to improve education policy and practice.

Educators Discuss Equity in Public Schools at Harvard Education Press Black History Month Panel

Education experts and authors discussed the experiences of students of color in public schools and possibilities for education reform in a Harvard Education Press webinar Thursday.

Panelists Discuss College Accessibility and First-Generation Experiences at HGSE Webinar

Education experts and advocates called for financial aid transparency in higher education and greater support for first-generation students at a Harvard Graduate School of Education webinar Wednesday.

Harvard Settles Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Partial Tuition Reimbursement

A group of students that sued Harvard for partial reimbursement of tuition after the University moved classes online due to the Covid-19 pandemic reached a settlement with the school, according to a filing by the students’ attorneys in court on Monday.

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