pgEd is leading a movement to expand conversation about the personal and social impacts of genetics, so we all feel empowered to ask questions, make informed decisions, and advocate for ourselves and our communities.
Our team is growing! Meet Gill, Helen, and Rob.
Thank you to teachers and students in Aurora, Indiana and Milton, Massachusetts for welcoming Robin at your schools. Contact us to ask about an in-person or virtual visit with your community.
Thank you to Popshift Entertainment, Judaism Unbound, the National Association of Science Writers (NASW), the Genetics Society of America (GSA), and many others for hosting pgEd. Find out how pgEd is working with leaders in a variety of forums to meet people where they are.
Have you seen our lesson plans and SNAPSHOTs on ancestry testing and sickle cell? Download our free curricula.
Robin was on the road this fall sharing our resources at the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) and Massachusetts Science Education Leadership Association (MSELA) conferences. Check out our offerings for teachers.
We welcomed 131 educators to our first webinar on Exploring Difference in the Biology Classroom, presented in collaboration with the Center for ELSI Resources and Analysis (CERA). Learn more about the series and stay up to date for future events.
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Genetics is moving quickly, so pgEd is expanding. Donations to pgEd help advance our mission by supporting curriculum development, teacher workshops, community programming, and more. We are grateful for any contribution you wish to make. Make a gift to support our work.
pgEd is based in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. 15% of all donations to pgEd go to support the university’s administrative costs.