Sophie S. Goodman
‘Undervalued, but Highly Utilized’: CAs, TFs, and the Quality of a Harvard Education
The experiences of CAs and TFs alike — in CS50 and beyond — have shed light on a number of teaching-related issues at the University: low wages, inadequate training for teaching staff, and inaccessible faculty. The question is, do these factors pose a barrier to the high quality of instruction that Harvard advertises? And if it does, is the Harvard paradigm evidence of a growing devaluation of higher education at large?
The Return of Barker, Queen of Cafes
After an almost three year hiatus due to the pandemic, student cafes on campus are coming back.
Who Teaches the Teacher?
Started in October 2021, the TTL program is in many ways a remodeling of the Harvard Teacher Fellows program that ended the same month.