Penn GSE News Archive

  • Race & Equity
April 4, 2017

Backed by $12 million from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Forward Promise is now accepting grant applications. 

 

  • News from Penn GSE
April 3, 2017

Responses from over 1,200 alumni from the 1940s to today paint a picture of the careers and interests of Penn GSE graduates.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
March 31, 2017

VAST LIFE pairs Penn GSE students with high school students who have developmental and intellectual disabilities.

 

  • Philly Impact
March 29, 2017

Since the 2016 election, Penn GSE professor Jonathan Zimmerman, and Harris Sokoloff and Chris Satullo of the Penn Project for Civic Engagement, have been thinking of ways to get Americans talking again. 

 

  • Race & Equity
March 28, 2017

The Director of Penn GSE’s Leadership for Excellence and Equity Initiatives told Rolling Stone many schools are not prepared for the changes.

 

  • News from Penn GSE
March 28, 2017

The awardees will be recognized at the annual Celebration of Educators for their outstanding contributions to Penn GSE and the field of education.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Philly Impact
March 24, 2017

PEDAL@GSE offers classes weekly at GSE for people connected to Penn. The Community PEDAL@GSE program offers classes to West Philadelphia community members at the Walnut West Philadelphia Library. Last fall, Community PEDAL became partners with Philadelphia Mayor James Kenny’s Office of Adult Education, which promotes adult literacy.

  • Race & Equity
March 15, 2017

Appearing on NPR’s Code Switch, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas discussed how fictional characters of color rarely get a full story, or a happy ending. 

 

  • News from Penn GSE
March 14, 2017

Penn’s Graduate School of Education has been ranked #3 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 rankings for graduate schools of education. The ranking marks the school’s highest performance ever, and the sixth consecutive year Penn GSE has been in the top 10.

 

  • Higher Education
March 9, 2017

In an open letter in The Washington Post, Gasman says that professors teach students to think for themselves.