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Ed School 'GIVES' Inspiration
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Harvard Graduate School of Education ‘GIVES’ Inspiration

At a turnaround elementary school in Hyde Park on Saturday, a group of Harvard Graduate School of Education students teamed up with a local public service organization to help brighten the hallways with inspiration.

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Harvard Graduate Conference Unites Global Thinkers on Political Theory

The fourth annual Harvard Graduate Conference in Political Theory convened students from across the world to discuss political theory.

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At Ed. School, Wood Touts Room to Read

Arguing that increased literacy leads to higher GDPs and life expectancy rates, John J. Wood praised the work of his award-winning non-profit Room to Read, which builds schools and libraries in the developing world, at the Harvard Graduate School of Education yesterday.

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Deborah Bial gives a talk on the politics of race and class in higher education yesterday at the Graduate School of Education.

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Today in Photos (10/27/10)

Deborah Bial
On Campus

Deborah Bial

Deborah Bial gives a talk on the politics of race and class in higher education at the Graduate School of Education.

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Lecture Addresses Adolescent Illiteracy

Adolescent illiteracy is a lingering crisis in America, according to Donald Deshler.

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Director of the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas Donald Deshler spoke yesterday about his research on adolescent illiteracy.

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Panel Sees Value in Children's Literature

Children’s literature is more important than ever in an increasingly fast-paced society, according to a panel of five authors and two filmmakers hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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Marc Adams discusses the challenges of growing up gay in a religious conservative environment. Adams, the gay son of a fundamentalist Baptist minister, shared his own experience growing up at the Graduate School of Education to promote HeartStrong, a support organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people who are negatively impacted by religion-based academic institutions.

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Graduate School of Education Panel Discusses Controversial Documentary ‘Superman’

Education experts questioned the efficacy of charter schools last night at a panel discussion on “Waiting for ‘Superman,’” a new ...

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Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville (right) speaks about the documentary “Waiting for ‘Superman’” and its focus on charter schools as a solution to many of the flaws in the American education system.

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Today in Photos (10/06/2010)

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