Law and Education Teaching Series

THE HARVARD COMMUNITY SEMINAR Law & Education Teaching Series is a non-partisan educational program that explores the impact of law and education on social outcomes within various communities. The popular grant-sponsored campus-wide program is predicated on initiatives set forth by the 2018 Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging. Seminars are led by Harvard alum Kevin Weaver, a teacher for the National Constitution Center, who designed the curriculum from his prior research at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. 

The 2021-2022 seminars include guest contributions from former Harvard Law School dean Martha Minoweducation lawyer and HLS Fellow Sylvia Torres-GuillénMarty West, professor and academic dean of the Graduate School of Education, and Annette Gordon-Reed of Harvard Law School. The seminar's 2022 fall edition will include Tomiko Brown-Nagin, dean of the Radcliffe Institute, Maya Sen, professor of public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and more! 

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