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Harvard Ed., Fall 2018

Harvard Ed., Fall 2018

Harvard Ed., Fall 2018

Five things we learned while producing this issue:

  1. “We need to liberate parents from this idea that they need to be constantly parenting and move to intentional parenting for meaningful, but limited amounts of time each day. Parenting can’t go on forever each night. There has to be a finish line.” —Heather Miller (p.9)

  2. DXO’s Nik Collection is a great tool for making boring headshots not so boring. (p.14)

  3. “It takes a lot of moral resources to respond to loss in the way that they have. Narrative storytelling is essential to building a movement, and the story the Parkland kids are telling is a redemptive pathway to hope.” —Marshall Ganz, a senior lecturer at the Kennedy School, on Emma Gonzalez and her fellow survivors of the Parkland shooting. (p.26)

  4. Pantone 803 is worth every extra penny it costs. (cover)

  5. 2018 marks the first year that Harvard College will offer a minor in education. (It’s a big deal). (p.14)


Client: Harvard Graduate School of Education
Editor: Lory Hough
Photographers: Tony Luong
Illustrators: Hannah Barczyk, Jason Schneider

 

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