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Broadcast journalist John Merrow speaks alongside children's rights ativist Marian Wright Edelman (left), Executive Director of the Connecticut Commission on Children Elaine Zimmerman (second from right), and HGSE Dean Kathleen McCartney at the AskWith Forum in Longfellow Hall on Wednesday. The panel discussed school violence prevention strategies in the wake of the December shooting at a Newtown, CT elementary school.

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John A. Wood: From Scientist to Painter

Wood’s work shows that art can an appreciation for art can come to people with a non-traditional artistic background at all points in life.

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Jon Schnur, education reform pioneer and executive chairman and co-founderof America Achieves, talks about the need to istitutionalize higher expectations for the American education system. He was the guest speaker for the Askwith Forum lecture on Tuesday evening where he discussed President Obama's education policies and steps America could take to ensure better educational futures for its students.

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Today in Photos (2/6/2013)

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Jon Schnur, education reform pioneer and executive chairman and co-founderof America Achieves, talks about the need to istitutionalize higher expectations for the American education system. He was the guest speaker for the Askwith Forum lecture on Tuesday evening where he discussed President Obama's education policies and steps America could take to ensure better educational futures for its students.

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Ed School Dean To Leave for Smith College

Dean of the Graduate School of Education Kathleen McCartney will leave her post at Harvard to become president of Smith College next summer.

"Winnie the Pooh" House Caretaker Celebrates Birthday
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Birthday Celebration in Hundred Acre Woods

Friends and family of George H. Eastman braved the cold, gathering around the Winnie-the-Pooh tree by the Science Center Sunday afternoon to celebrate Eastman’s 81st birthday.

College Life

Hidden Study Spaces, Just in Time for Midterms!

With midterm season underway and constant reminders of imminent finals, stumbling across an empty reading room is often a welcome discovery.

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Activists ‘Do Something’ About Bullying

Today’s youth don’t talk. They text. So when they want to report bullying, they might not turn to a traditional hotline with an operator on the other end of the phone. They need a place to text their written cries for help.

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Leaders of the Student Movement in Chile, Camila Vallejo and Noam Titelman, speak at an event co-sponsored by DRCLAS in Longfellow Hall Thursday afternoon. They spoke about the current state of education in Chile, and their experiences as leaders of the youth protest movement to reform the education system in Chile.

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Leaders of the Student Movement in Chile, Camila Vallejo and Noam Titelman, speak at an event co-sponsored by DRCLAS in Longfellow Hall Thursday afternoon. They spoke about the current state of education in Chile, and their experiences as leaders of the youth protest movement to reform the education system in Chile.

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Ed School Affiliates Argue for University of Texas

For Philip Lee, a doctoral student at Harvard Graduate School of Education, the idea that his views are important is a current that runs through his work. “I want to show people that student voice matters,” Lee said.

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GSC Considers Potential Structural Changes

At a monthly meeting of the Graduate School Council on Wednesday, members of the Council discussed whether the Council should continue with a representative democracy or move toward a direct democracy system. A proposed change would allow non-departmental representatives to vote on the issues that the GSC puts forth.

Harvard Law School

Bullying Research Continues

The line between online and face-to-face bullying has become increasingly blurred, researchers at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society said Wednesday.

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