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Students will traverse the city, visiting the workplaces of alumni who work in education policy in a variety of contexts.
Democratization from Above: Organizational Attempts to Redistribute Power
Harnessing the 'Drum Major Instinct': Factors that Invite and Inhibit Conversations about Whiteness at a Predominantly White Independent School
Writing, Witnessing & Healing: A Community of Black Male Students Confronting Loss
Race Equity and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Evidence of Professional Learning in Elementary Classroom Discourse
Investigating Links between Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School Students' High School Experiences and their College Adjustment
GSE Student Affairs invites you to celebrate Black History Month with us! Enjoy food and music with the company of your GSE community!
Also, consider joining us beforehand for the #SayHerName and the Fight for Intersectional Feminism workshop facilitated by Charlotte Jacobs, Ph.D. from 6:30PM - 8:30PM.
Please RSVP help us plan for dinner. *Registration not required to attend.
To celebrate Lunar New Year, GSE Student Affairs, GSE Student Government, PAAGSA, Community Impact Fund, and GAPSA are sponsoring a dinner for the G12 community. Lunar New Year is a major festival that serves to welcome the new year and to bring luck and prosperity to people. It is celebrated by millions of people, spanning different countries, cultures and beliefs, who follow the lunar calendar. Because many students are from countries and cultures that partake in this celebration, it is important that we are able to provide them with an opportunity to co