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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)

Jill Lepore and the Tea Party
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Jill Lepore and the Tea Party

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Graduate School of Education Celebrates New Doctoral Program

To celebrate the launch of their new doctoral program in education leadership, the Harvard Graduate School of Education held a ceremony yesterday in honor of the first class of 25 students accepted in the program.

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Seeing Change In Education

While it is rare for book or magazine covers to be printed in Braille, the cover of the fall issue of the Ed School magazine, “Ed.,” was specially embossed in the cells of raised dots.

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Today in Photos (09/29/2010)

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Bok, Wife Discuss Happiness

Former Harvard President Derek C. Bok debated with his wife Sissela Bok how to find happiness at the Harvard Graduate School of Education last night.

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'Sesame Street' Legend Gerald Lesser Dies at 84

Graduate School of Education professor emeritus Gerald S. Lesser, a legendary educator and curriculum developer for the children’s television show “Sesame Street,” died on Thursday. He was 84.

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Ed School Screens ‘Superman’ Film

The Graduate School of Education held an advance screening of “Waiting for ‘Superman,’” a new documentary about the American education system, at the Loeb Drama Center last night.

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HGSE Launches New iTunes U Podcast

A new podcast by the Harvard Graduate School of Education that seeks to capture the thoughts of education leaders made its debut on Harvard’s iTunes U yesterday.

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