1. Harvard Education Press

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

    New Releases

    Dilemmas of Educational Ethics
    Cases and Commentaries

    Edited by Meira Levinson and Jacob Fay

    Educational Entrepreneurship Today

    Edited by Frederick M. Hess and Michael Q. McShane

    Teaching and Learning for the Twenty-First Century
    Educational Goals, Policies, and Curricula from Six Nations

    Edited by Fernando M. Reimers and Connie K. Chung

    When School Policies Backfire
    How Well-Intended Measures Can Harm Our Most Vulnerable Students

    Michael A. Gottfried and Gilberto Q. Conchas, eds.

    Design-Based School Improvement
    A Practical Guide for Education Leaders

    Rick Mintrop

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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 Spring 2016 Issue:

    The Visible Hand
    Markets, Politics, and Regulation in Post-Katrina New Orleans
    Huriya Jabbar
    (Re)Imagining Black Boyhood
    Toward a Critical Framework for Educational Research
    MICHAEL J. DUMAS and JOSEPH DERRICK NELSON
    “Hitting the Streets”
    Youth Street Involvement as Adaptive Well-Being
    TARA M. BROWN
    College Pride, Native Pride
    A Portrait of a Culturally Grounded Precollege Access Program for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Students
    ADRIENNE J. KEENE
    La unión hace la fuerza
    Community Organizing in Adult Education for Immigrants
    RUSSELL H. CARLOCK JR.
    Editor's Review
    CELIA J. GOMEZ
    Editor's Review
    YAN YANG

    More in this Issue »

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  3. Harvard Education Letter

    The Harvard Education Letter was an award-winning bimonthly newsletter of research and practice in preK-12 education published from 1985 to 2015. The archives are maintained by Harvard Education Publishing Group.
     

    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