Three students from Penn GSE’s Applied Psychology and Human Development program received a highly competitive scholarship that covers unmet financial need for students to attend college and graduate school.
Seven early-stage education companies spent six months working in the Education Design Studio to refine their businesses.
The Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition is accepting entries through February 23.
Ruiz, who researches federal higher education policy, student financial aid, and pre-college interventions, was one of ten students selected nationwide.
To illustrate Penn GSE’s projects and partnerships in the city, the school launched an interactive and evolving “heat map.”
New exhibition at the Deutsche Historische Muesum features Toll’s childhood paintings in the first ever international exhibition of the Yad Vashem gallery.
In Education Week, Matthew Steinberg discussed a new study he co-authored questioning the effectiveness of many evaluations.
The founders of Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy talked about how communities are using integrated data now, and what’s next.
The course prepares the next generation of college administrators for handling the pressing problem of sexual violence on college campuses.
Thomas’ selections highlight the best storytelling of the year that deals with issues like gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, and socioeconomic class in ways that are real and empathetic.
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James Lytle comments on the expected educational progress at Kenderton Elementary.
Annie McKee’s book “How To Be Happy At Work” features techniques for finding happiness at work.