Educational Ethics During a Global Pandemic: A Discussion Group & Research Study for Educators

Educational Ethics During a Global PandemicDo you work in a school?  Do you want to talk about education and the COVID-19 pandemic?


You’re invited to participate in an online discussion group about the ethical challenges educators faced and continue facing during this pandemic. Our goals are to give space to teachers, teaching assistants, school administrators, guidance counselors, and other school-based professionals to think together about the ethics of our work in these complex times. Through this, we hope to add to professional development and research on these topics. 


This is part of an ongoing research project based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  If you would like to participate, please fill out this form to select a date and provide consent. You will be sent a link in advance. We look forward to talking with you!




  • June 8th 2021 at 4:30pm ET | Open Discussion with Lauren Bialystok and Meira Levinson
  • June 18th 2021 at 3:00pm CET | Open Discussion with Johannes Drerup, Doug Yacek, and Meira Levinson
  • June 29th, 10:30am-12pm ET (4:30 pm - 6 pm Madrid Time) | Open Discussion (in Spanish) with Ana María Romero Iribas
  • July 8th 2021 at 6:30pm ET | Students with Disabilities: Discussion with Jacob Fay and Jaime Ahlberg
  • July 20th 2021 at 3:30pm Australian EST | Open discussion with Daniella Forster and Sarah Gurr


We also highly encourage you to share this call with your friends and colleagues who work in schools.



You can sign up and provide consent here.