Volume 31, Number 3
I write to tell you that with this issue, the Harvard Education Letter
will cease publication in both print and online formats. For 30 years this bimonthly newsletter has fulfilled its unique mission of bridging the worlds of research and practice to examine important trends in education.
Quality reporting, writing, and in-depth analysis have always been our top priority here at 8 Story Street. While the Letter
maintained its editorial independence with pride, our efforts were aided tremendously by the insights of our faculty advisers and longtime advisory board members at our home in the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). With contributions by top-notch education journalists, HGSE faculty members, and countless other expert contributors from across the country, the Letter
has served a savvy audience of educators, policy makers, and advocates. Our list of awards is available here
I also want to thank you, our readers and subscribers, for your support and loyalty to this unique publication. Founded shortly after the publication in 1983 of A Nation at Risk
, the Harvard Education Letter
was inspired by a widely felt need for education practice to be informed by research. That mission, coupled with a core commitment to serving the needs of school leaders and teachers, has been central to the Letter
from the first to this last issue.
Thank you again for your interest and support.