The Harvard Graduate School of Education is pleased to announce that Reshma Saujani, CEO and founder of Girls Who Code, will address the graduating class and their families at the HGSE Convocation on May 24, 2017.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education is pleased to announce that Reshma

Girls Who Code's Saujani Named 2017 Convocation Speaker

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BPS superintendent Tommy Chang reflects on his leadership, vision, and why he chose education as a career.
BPS superintendent Tommy Chang reflects on his leadership vision and why he

Chang(e) Agent

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"Ensuring that all children are taught by effective teachers is still mission-critical." - Prof. Thomas Kane
Ensuring that all children are taught by effective teachers is still missioncritical

Kane: States and Governors Must Collaborate as They Again Learn to Drive Education Under ESSA

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"As proposals come forward promising more choice, you need to ask yourself if you’re forced to give up so much, is this choice really an option at all?" -- HGSE's Laura Schifter via Medium
As proposals come forward promising more choice you need to ask yourself

Vouchers for students with disabilities aren’t always what they seem

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'Poetry in America for Teachers' — offered in collaboration with Harvard Extension School and Harvard Summer School — is designed specifically for secondary school educators interested in developing their expertise as readers and teachers of literature.
Poetry in America for Teachers offered in collaboration with Harvard Extension School

Poetry in America for Teachers: The City from Whitman to Hip Hop

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‪Scenes from a packed room during #a132pitch17, a Prof. Fernando Reimers led showcase of education entrepreneurship & the innovative spirit of HGSE.
Scenes from a packed room during a132pitch17 a Prof Fernando Reimers led
Ed.M. candidate Andrew Robbins walks fellow students through an exploration of the role of virtual reality in education.

Have you had a positive learning experience with VR?
EdM candidate Andrew Robbins walks fellow students through an exploration of the
What families and educators serving students of all backgrounds can learn from Asian American success.

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What families and educators serving students of all backgrounds can learn from

The Other Achievement Gap

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Congratulations to everyone participating in today's #BostonMarathon, including our own Dean Jim Ryan who is dedicating his 26 miles to 26 teachers, raising money for HGSE student financial aid!
Congratulations to everyone participating in todays BostonMarathon including our
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“Whenever we bring up subjects like diversity and equity, disability is barely mentioned at all. I’m hoping I can contribute at some point to it becoming a bigger part of the diversity conversation.” -- Valerie Piro, Ed.M. candidate

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Whenever we bring up subjects like diversity and equity disability is barely

Creating a Foundation

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Speaker: Bill Drayton, CEO and chairman, Ashoka

Discussants from the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative (ALI):

Monica Higgins, Kathleen McCartney Professor of Education Leadership, HGSE; faculty co-chair, ALI

Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School; chair and director, ALI

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Speaker: Bill Drayton CEO and chairman Ashoka

Askwith Forums - Empowering Youth As Changemakers

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A student is bullied for her parents' political beliefs. Another expresses strong anti-immigrant sentiments in a classroom with immigrant peers.

In this Usable Knowledge edition of the Harvard EdCast, HGSE's Meira Levinson, along with doctoral students Laura Burgos and Jacob Fay, discuss ethical dilemmas such as these that teachers are facing in our divisive political climate -- and offer...
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Teaching in Complex Times

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How to support LGBTQ and gender non-conforming kids.

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How to support LGBTQ and gender nonconforming kids

Students Surviving and Thriving

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Wait, what? You missed Dean Jim Ryan appearing on CBS This Morning?

Well, we're very excited to share today's clip of his appearance, discussing his new book "Wait, What? And Life's Other Essential Questions."
Wait what You missed Dean Jim Ryan appearing on CBS This Morning

Harvard dean on book inspired by his popular graduation speech

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"When students don’t know what schools they should apply to, how best to describe their stories, or how to secure financial aid, how can they compete with students at elite high schools with a team of mentors and counselors guiding them?" via Usable Knowledge [ Bddy.me Link ]
When students dont know what schools they should apply to how best

College Teachers | Harvard Graduate School of Education

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‪At today's Student Research Conference, Ed.M. candidate Quang Tran shares his poster presentation on literacy. If you have any photos from today's conference, be sure to share using the hashtag #src2017.
At todays Student Research Conference EdM candidate Quang Tran shares his poster
Tony Vo
“For students who identify as LGBTQ or are gender non-conforming, school can be a difficult, even dangerous, place. Especially in the wake of shifts in federal guidance on transgender students, educators can make a difference by openly supporting these students.” Here, a set of strategies for teachers and administrators: [ Bddy.me Link ]
For students who identify as LGBTQ or are gender nonconforming school can

Students Surviving and Thriving

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Martiniano Milioli Lintz
What are the five essential questions in life? Join James E. Ryan, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, for an illuminating Harvard EdCast interview about his new book, WAIT, WHAT? Based on his wildly popular commencement address, this book celebrates the art of asking—and answering—good questions.

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