1. Harvard Education Press

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

    New Releases

    Preparing Teachers to Educate Whole Students
    An International Comparative Study

    Edited by Fernando M. Reimers and Connie K. Chung

    Creating Safe, Equitable, Engaging Schools
    A Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Approach to Supporting Students

    Edited by David Osher, Deborah Moroney, and Sandra Williamson

    Educational Inequality and School Finance
    Why Money Matters for America's Students

    Bruce D. Baker

    Pathways to Personalization
    A Framework for School Change

    Shawn C. Rubin and Cathy Sanford

    Teaching for Purpose
    Preparing Students for Lives of Meaning

    Heather Malin

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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 Fall 2018 Issue:

    Safe Routes to School?
    Black Caribbean Youth Negotiating Police Surveillance in London and New York City
    Derron Wallace
    On Getting Stuck
    Negotiating Stuck Places in and Beyond Gender and Sexual Diversity-Focused Educational Research
    Sara Staley
    New Teacher Socialization and the Testing Apparatus
    Sarah Byrne Bausell and Jocelyn A. Glazier
    Becoming an Insider and an Outsider in Post-Disaster Fukushima
    Kaoru Miyazawa
    The Hidden Curriculum of College Athletic Recruitment
    Kirsten Hextrum
    “Afghanistan is a silent bird. But I am an eagle”
    An Arts-Based Investigation of Nation and Identity in Afghan Youth
    Heddy Lahmann

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  3. HEL Archive

    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.


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