Harvard Graduate School of Education
The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is one of the graduate schools of Harvard University, and is considered by many as one of the top education schools in the United States. It offers six doctoral concentrations and thirteen masters programs. These include Arts in Education, Education Policy and Management, Higher Education, International Education Policy, the Specialized Program, Technology Innovation and Education, Teacher Education, Mind, Brain and Education, Risk and Prevention, School Leadership, Human Development and Psychology, Language and Literacy, and Learning and Teaching. Download high resolution version (1000x1182, 22 KB)Shield of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Rasterized from Harvard Print Services business card order form (PDF file) by Jacobolus This is a copyrighted and/or trademarked logo. ...
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Harvard University is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA and a member of the Ivy League. ...
See also: Harvard University people This is a table of famous people affiliated with Harvard University, including graduates, former students, and professors. ...
Current and past faculty members include:
- Howard Gardner, the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education
- Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, the Emily Hargroves Fisher Professor of Education
- Gary Orfield, Professor of Education and Social Policy
- Fernando Reimers, Professor and Director of International Education Policy Program
- Charles V. Willie, Charles William Eliot Professor of Education, Emeritus
- Marcelo-Suarez-Orosco, former Thomas Professor of Education
Alumni (master's and doctoral) include : Howard Gardner (born 1943 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA) is a cognitive and educational psychologist based at Harvard University best known for his theory of multiple intelligences. ...
- James McGreevey, former New Jersey state governor
- Matthew Pittinsky, founder of Blackboard, Inc.
- Joanne V. Creighton, president of Mount Holyoke College
- Peter Smith, president of California State University, Monterey Bay
- Daniel S. Cheever, Jr., president of Simmons College
- Thomas J.C. Raymond, professor emeritus, Harvard Business School
- Jason Kamras, 2005 National Teacher of the Year
- Anne Sweeney, president, Disney-ABC Television Group
- Neal Baer, executive producer, Law and Order: SVU; former executive producer and writer, ER
- William Fitzsimmons, dean of admission and financial aid, Harvard College
- Geoffrey Canada, founder, Harlem Children's Zone
- Theodore Sizer, former dean, Harvard Graduate School of Education; former headmaster, Phillips Andover Academy
- Thomas Payzant, former U.S. Assistant Secretary for Education, superintendend of Boston Public Schools
- Gregory Anrig, president, Educational Testing Service
James E. Jim McGreevey (born August 6, 1957) is an American politician from the Democratic Party. ...
Joanne V. Creighton, Ph. ...
Mount Holyoke College, (founded as Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley, Massachusetts, 1837), is the oldest liberal arts womens college in the United States. ...
Born and raised in Sacramento, California, Jason Kamras was recently voted the 2005 National Teacher of the Year. ...
ER is a long-running serial drama created by novelist Michael Crichton and set primarily in the emergency room of a fictitious teaching hospital in Chicago, Illinois. ...
The Educational Testing Service (or ETS) is the worlds largest private educational testing and measurement organization, operating on a annual budget of approximately $900 million. ...