In his 28 years at Erikson Institute, Dr. Halpern studied the role schools and services for families play in children’s learning and development.
This honor demonstrates that practitioners and policy makers do pay attention to research, Halpern says.
In the Capital Times, he notes that children in dangerous neighborhoods are most at risk of being too sedentary.
The American Educational Research Associations’s annual meeting takes place in Philadelphia from April 4-7.
An Atlantic article highlights research on how career-based learning can serve certain students.
As Kenyan society changed around her, Florence Kimondo, Ph.D. ’13, dedicated herself to helping others.
In a guest post for the Harvard Education Press blog, Halpern critiques current school reforms.
Professor Halpern talks about the value of learning opportunities outside of school.
Edutopia recommends Professor Halpern’s new book as a summer read for every teacher.
Halpern offers a sweeping critique of how we educate adolescents in the U.S.
Professor Robert Halpern received the 2012 Community Spirit Award from the All Stars Project of Chicago, a nonprofit organization that sponsors innovative inner-city youth development programs. All Stars Project directors David Cherry and Julie Lenner presented the award at the
This article appeared in the Summer 2012 issue of Erikson on Children under the headline “Rethinking high school.” More from this issue » Professor Robert Halpern The high school experience must change to include a variety of learning opportunities and outside-of-school
Erikson joins with the people of Chicago in mourning the passing of a great woman, Chicago’s former first lady, Maggie Daley.
Rebecca Harris interviewed Robert Halpern about the value of After School Matters programs for a Catalyst Chicago article.