Member Since: 1979
Patricia Albjerg Graham is Charles Warren Professor of the History of Education Emerita at Harvard. She received her BS and MS from Purdue University and her PhD from Columbia University. Graham has received a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, a Woodrow Wilson fellowship, and a Radcliffe Institute fellowship. Her books include Progressive Education: From Arcady to Academe, Community and Class in American Education, Women in Higher Education, S.O.S.: Sustain Our Schools, and Schooling America. Formerly she was director of the National Institute of Education (1977-1979), dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education (1982-1991) and president of the Spencer Foundation (1991-2000).