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Welcome to Usable Knowledge!

The goal of the Usable Knowledge web site is to provide educational leaders with crisp and convenient access to research that can be used to improve education – learning, teaching, institutional organization, and policy. Usable Knowledge is a creation of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where research, practice, and policy work together to advance learning.

Read more about the launch of Usable Knowledge, and the goals of this site, here.

Institutional Support

We are grateful for support provided by the Dean's Dissemination Fund, through a generous gift from Al and Kate Merck. We also thank all the HGSE faculty members and research colleagues who have given permission for their work to be included here.

Usable Knowledge Team

  • Project directors are Joe Blatt, Keith Collar, and Kurt Fischer.
  • Other members of the project team are Douglas Clayton, Deborah Garson, Kristin Lofblad, and Mike Rodman.
  • Doctoral student contributors include Eva Chen, Martha Ferede, and Maria Fusaro.

Web Site Design

  • Site design by Hecht Design, led by Alice Hecht with Deb Gordon and Anne Daucchy, and programming by Robert Wilt.

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