1. Harvard Education Press

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

    New Releases

    Breakthrough Strategies
    Classroom-Based Practices to Support New Majority College Students

    Kathleen A. Ross, Foreword by Michelle Asha Cooper

    Beyond the Skills Gap
    Preparing College Students for Life and Work

    Matthew T. Hora with Ross J. Benbow and Amanda K. Oleson

    The Rising Price of Objectivity
    Philanthropy, Government, and the Future of Education Research

    Michael J. Feuer, Foreword by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann

    Excellence Gaps in Education
    Expanding Opportunities for Talented Students

    Jonathan A. Plucker and Scott J. Peters

    Charter Schools at the Crossroads
    Predicaments, Paradoxes, Possibilities

    Chester E. Finn, Jr., Bruno V. Manno, and Brandon L. Wright

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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 2016 Issue:

    Brown Bodies and Xenophobic Bullying in US Schools
    Critical Analysis and Strategies for Action
    MONISHA BAJAJ, AMEENA GHAFFAR-KUCHER, AND KARISHMA DESAI
    The Origins of Classroom Deliberation
    Education in the Shadow of Totalitarianism, 1938–1960
    THOMAS D. FALLACE
    Hip-Hop Citizens
    Arts-Based, Culturally Sustaining Civic Engagement Pedagogy
    PAUL J. KUTTNER
    Teaching Mathematics for Spatial Justice
    Beyond a Victory Narrative
    LAURIE H. RUBEL,MAREN HALL-WIECKERT, AND VIVIAN Y. LIM
    Grade Repetition and Primary School Dropout in Uganda
    SARAH KABAY

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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