Noah Heller (Ph.D.’15, Urban Education) Joins Harvard Faculty

Noah Heller (Ph.D.’15, Urban Education) has joined the faculty of Harvard Graduate School of Education as a Lecturer on Education and Master Teacher in Residence.
Heller is among just a handful of scholars hired for Harvard’s new Teaching Fellows Program. The appointment began this month.

“I’m very excited and could never be in this position without the amazing learning and support that happens at the GC,” said Heller, who graduated with a concentration in Science, Math, and Technology.
Previously, Heller served as Program Head of the Master Teacher Fellowship at Math for America and the founding mathematics teacher of the New York Harbor School.

Submitted on: SEP 11, 2015

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