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Project Zero: Celebrating 50 Years

Founded in 1967 as an investigation of arts education, Project Zero turned 50 years old in 2017 and now encompasses research in topics ranging from understanding and creativity to interdisciplinary learning and ethics. On October 13, 2017, PZ held a public forum at the Harvard Graduate School of Education to celebrate this milestone, reminiscing on […]

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Meaningful Professional Development for Teachers

An op-ed about improving professional development for educators by Howard Gardner, Clayton Lewis, and Jim Reese has appeared in The Washington Post‘s “Answer Sheet” column. Citing a TNTP study that found most teacher professional development is ineffective, the authors point to the Project Zero Classroom institute, which has now held for two decades at the Harvard […]

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