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The unique initiative, specially created by HGSE, was designed to explore multiple frameworks for organisational development and to develop skills in the practice of instructional leadership.
During Sizer's appointment, there were over 80 members of the faculty and more than 700 students (HGSE 1972).
ELIZABETH CITY, A FORMER MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL who now teaches at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), has developed her own vision of the future, the result of her work in The Futures of School Reform, which is a group organized at HGSE and consists of leading academics, policymakers, practitioners and business leaders.
Debido al impacto del mismo e interes despertado en la comunidad investigadora, durante los cursos 2006-2007 y 2008-2009, trabajamos en esta tematica durante dos estancias de investigacion en la Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), gracias a la financiacion recibida del Programa Jose Castillejo y la Comision Fulbright.
At HGSE, we recognize that we are at a significant juncture in our history," McCartney adds.
Documento presentado en la conferencia Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Education, HGSE, Cambridge, MA, EE.
As a result, HgSe complexes readily form, especially in reducing environments.
The "Let's Talk!" conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) recently convened Pan-Asian college students, supporters and other educational leaders for a day-long forum addressing the success and well-being of Asian and Asian American college students across the country.
The highly acclaimed 2011 "Pathways to Prosperity" report from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) identified some of the shortcomings of our "traditional" school system today, and implemented a project to identify a better educational model that will produce I more effective results for our learners.
We report here on a yearlong workshop for teachers and administrators from the Boston Public Schools (BPS) and for students from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE).
Physiologically, S is far more abundant than Se, yet because of Se's higher affinity, Hg selectively binds with Se to form insoluble HgSe. This interaction has been assumed to be a protective effect, whereby supplemental Se complexes the Hg and prevents negative effects in animals fed otherwise toxic amounts of Hg.