Dennis Culhane, The Dana and Andrew Stone Professor of Social Policy
Jerleann Daniel, Executive Director, National Association for the Education for Young Children.
New Leaders for New Puzzles: Meeting the Challenges of Accountability and Performance for Improved Health, Education, and Social Services
Donald Kettl, Dean, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland.
The Educational Well-Being of African-American Boys: A Philadelphia Story of Challenges and Possibilities
The Educational Well-Being of Latino Children: A Philadelphia Story of Challenges and Possibilities
John Fantuzzo presented findings from his research on the educational well-being of Latino children in the Philadelphia public school system to leaders of the Latino community. The meeting was convened by Johnny Irizarry, Director of Casa Latina, and Ann Farnsworth-Alvear, Director of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. To download a summary of the presentation, click here.
John Fantuzzo, Albert M. Greenfield Professor of Human Relations, University of Pennsylvania.
On February 14, 2011 John Fantuzzo testified at a Capitol Hill briefing on long-term investments in education research. John was one of four scientists discussing studies that illustrate the benefits of sustained programs of education research and the conditions needed to produce research that matters. John focused on integrated data systems and the critical role that the William Penn Foundation has played in supporting his work. Also testifying were Brian Rowan (University of Michigan), Robert Meyer (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Bridget Terry Long (Harvard). The event was organized by the Education Deans Alliance, the American Educational Research Association, and the National Academy of Education. To read more, click here. To see AERA coverage of the event, click here.
John Fantuzzo was appointed by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius to serve a four-year term on the Advisory Committee on Head Start Research and Evaluation beginning In November 2010.
Penn, City and School District Partnership The Policy and Analysis Center launched recently by Philadelphia’s municipal government and the School District of Philadelphia, is a ground-breaking initiative designed to improve health, education, and social services for the city’s residents.
What's Behind Being Behind? To understand academic outcomes, GSE researchers look outside the schoolhouse
Penn GSE Feature story, December 2009
John Fantuzzo: Albert M. Greenfield Professor of Human Relations
Penn Almanac, February 5, 2008
Project Eyes Diverse Data Sets for Insight on Children: Pioneering Philadephia effort melds information from agencies, schools
Education Week, October 2006
Understanding KIDS: An Integrated Database about Philadelphia's Children
@Penn GSE: A Review of Research, Fall 2004
$5.8 Million Federal Grant to Develop First Integrated Head Start Curriculum for Urban Preschoolers
Penn Almanac, October 28, 2003
Fantuzzo Appointed Greenfield Professor