Publisher's Note: This is the second article of a two part series. While Part 1 explores the disparities in education that arise in a remote environment, Part 2 takes a look at how innovation in education technology may be helping

Publisher's Note: This is the first article of a two-part series. While this article explores the inequalities that exist in the transition to remote learning, Part II explores new innovations in educational tech that might address some of these inequalities.

Editor’s Note: The following piece features guest writers Aayushi Jain and Anika Nayak, interns at the Stanford Brainstorm Laboratory, who spoke to Stanford University faculty about the nation’s first-ever university-level course on mental health innovation. We chose to include this

This article was drawn from an interview with Matthew Battles, an associate director of metaLAB, and has been edited for clarity.  What motivated Curricle? The motivation for Curricle came out of a conversation we had with the previous Dean of Arts and

If you’re anything like me, there was a time in your childhood when you spent hours creating things with Legos. Or cutting up cardboard boxes, or leaning sticks against trees to build a fort. Whatever you had in front of

The summer before my senior year, I worked in investment banking for 10 weeks. Surprisingly, from the long hours of tedious tasks came a transformative experience that shaped how I crafted my life in senior year, how I reflected on

On the evening of Wednesday, April 10th, the Harvard Technology Review hosted a roundtable discussion with Axios business editor Dan Primack about the undergraduate entrepreneurship scene on campus. Harvard Business School Professor Tom Eisenmann, who chairs the Undergraduate Technology Innovation

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