Jeb Bush to Teach at Harvard Kennedy School This Fall
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush is coming to Harvard.
The Phillips Academy alum who unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 will teach and lecture at the Kennedy School this fall semester as a visiting fellow in the Program on Education Policy and Governance, the school announced Tuesday. Bush will also deliver the annual Edwin L. Godkin Lecture on Thursday, and is expected to discuss social and economic mobility.
Although many of his family members attended Yale, Harvard’s chief Ivy rival, Bush broke with tradition and enrolled in the University of Texas at Austin in 1971, where he played varsity tennis and earned a B.A. in Latin American studies.
Since ceding the Republican presidential nomination to his hay-haired antagonist, Donald Trump, Bush was last seen wandering the streets of Boston at night. He spotted by an Emerson student and posed for a bewildered selfie before disappearing down a dark Chinatown alley.