Join us at HGSE in April to build caring schools!

Next month, the Harvard Graduate School of Education will host Making Caring Common: Cultivating Kindness and Preventing Bullying in Schools, a three-day professional development program from April 27-29. This highly interactive program explores strategies and processes to promote positive school culture, develop students’ social-emotional and ethical strengths, and address challenging student behaviors such as bullying.

Space is limited. Learn more and apply today!

Featured Report: Turning the Tide

Turning the Tide: Inspiring Concern for Others and the Common Good through College Admissions marks the first time in history that a broad coalition of college admissions offices have joined forces to collectively encourage high school students to focus on meaningful ethical and intellectual engagement.



In the News

Rethinking College Admissions

MCC's college admissions report sagely reflects on what’s wrong with admissions and rightly calls for a revolution, says New York Times columnist Frank Bruni.

College Apps Should Emphasize Passion not Accomplishments

Richard Weissboard speaks with PBS NewsHour about MCC's college admissions report, and how to create opportunities for students to have meaningful, transformative experiences.

College Admission Standards Changing to Emphasize Service

Nightline explores how the college admissions process affects students and the potential impact of Making Caring Common's college admissions report.

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