St. Andrew's Announces New Research Partnership with Harvard Graduate School of Education Researchers

A new research partnership between St. Andrew's Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning and Harvard Graduate School of Education researchers has formed. Kurt Fischer, considered the father of educational neuroscience, and his team at Harvard have established a network of research schools and St. Andrew's becomes just the fourth school in the country and the only one in the entire mid-Atlantic region invited to join.

This partnership was only made possible because of the exceptional faculty at St. Andrew's. Their dedication to their craft, to constantly improving to give our students the exceptional teaching they deserve, along with the foresight of the Board of Trustees to see the importance of the CTTL, has put St. Andrew's in position to form research partnerships with schools such as Harvard and Johns Hopkins.