A Harvard conference will review how online learning works best, and how to make it better.
Universities may continue to consider racial and ethnic backgrounds in evaluating their applicants for admission, Supreme Court rules.
Educators came to the Harvard Graduate School of Education on Tuesday for the kickoff of the Education Redesign Lab’s By All Means initiative, which will work closely in the field with six cities to tackle early childhood challenges.
The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning celebrates its 40th anniversary with a conversation between President Drew Faust and President Emeritus Derek Bok and a symposium on educating.
In letter, Harvard officials tell congressional committees why endowments are fundamental to higher education’s stability, research, and mission.
Harvard University President Drew Gilpin Faust and her brother, Donald Gilpin, a retired English and drama teacher, shared their thoughts on pedagogy in a discussion at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Harvard will host a conference for first-generation college students at Ivy League universities this weekend.
When inequality is baked into public educational systems from kindergarten through the 12th grade, it usually extends through other aspects of life later, Harvard analysts say.
At the Global Education Conference, HGSE students presented papers on how to improve educational opportunity around the world.
By animating our minds, a sprawling HarvardX MOOC seeks to democratize science.
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New book by Roberto Gonzales, an assistant professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education, says undocumented young adults are at risk of becoming a disenfranchised underclass.
Online course 'PredictionX' brings together faculty from across the University to discuss the human need to know the future.
Speaking at Duke University, Harvard President Drew Faust praised scholar John Hope Franklin, citing his dedication to helping create the field of African-American history, and to reminding the nation of its troubled past and present.
Provost Alan Garber issues a white paper on digital and residential education at Harvard.
HGSE researcher finds mixed results among students in Texas schools in the 1990s: Some did better, and others were worse off.
A conference on future universities suggested that building them successfully will require meeting campus needs, online connections, and community concerns.
The podcast, an Internet technology that had its genesis at Harvard, roars back to prominence.
Harvard EdCast interviews Dale Russakoff, author of “The Prize.” The Washington Post reporter, who looked at the troubled education reform story of Newark, N.J., reflected on what can be learned from its failure to provide system-wide reform.
A newly integrated HarvardX and HILT research effort will probe residential and online learning, and the places in between.
As MOOCs grow in influence and sophistication, they’re no longer simply reimagined in a Harvard classroom or even in a nearby studio. Recently, transforming a residential course — going digital via HarvardX — included filming in far-flung Rwanda and Haiti.