1. Harvard Education Press

    The Harvard Education Press publishes innovative, authoritative books covering critical issues in education.

    New Releases

    Tell Me So I Can Hear You
    A Developmental Approach to Feedback for Educators

    Eleanor Drago-Severson and Jessica Blum-DeStefano

    The Courage to Collaborate
    The Case for Labor-Management Partnerships in Education

    Ken Futernick

    Internationalizing the Academy
    Lessons of Leadership in Higher Education

    Edited by Gilbert W. Merkx and Riall W. Nolan

    The New Education Philanthropy
    Politics, Policy, and Reform

    Edited by Frederick M. Hess and Jeffrey R. Henig

    A Better Way to Budget
    Building Support for Bold, Student-Centered Change in Public Schools

    Nathan Levenson

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  2. Harvard Educational Review

    The Harvard Educational Review is a generalist scholarly journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for innovative thinking and research in education.

    In the Winter 2015 Issue:

    Black Male College Achievers and Resistant Responses to Racist Stereotypes at Predominantly White Colleges and Universities
    SHAUN R. HARPER
    Cultural Capital and Transnational Parenting
    The Case of Ghanaian Migrants in the United States
    CATI COE AND SERAH SHANI
    The Risks We Are Willing to Take
    Youth Civic Development in “Postwar” Guatemala
    MICHELLE J. BELLINO
    The Shaping of Postcollege Colorblind Orientation Among Whites
    Residential Segregation and Campus Diversity Experiences
    UMA M. JAYAKUMAR
    Toward Disciplinary Literacy
    Dilemmas and Challenges in Designing History Curriculum to Support Middle School Students
    LESLIE DUHAYLONGSOD, CATHERINE E. SNOW, ROBERT L. SELMAN, AND M. SUZANNE DONOVAN

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  3. Harvard Education Letter

    The Harvard Education Letter is an award-winning bimonthly newsletter that summarizes new research and innovative practice in preK-12 education.

    In the most recent issue:

    Learning from Our Students Surveys offer performance feedback to teachers
    by Suzanne Bouffard
    Getting a Jump on College
    Dual enrollment gives high schoolers academic momentum
    by Jon Marcus
    Rethinking ESEA at 50
    An interview with Jack Jennings
    by Nancy Walser
    Editor's Note
    by Nancy Walser