Four teachers from Philadelphia’s Northeast High School were selected for the prestigious program, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The eSchool 360 program in rural Zambia uses strength of Penn GSE's quantitative methods research to inform the Impact Network's schools.
The higher education leadership forum, held June 21, 2016, featured Penn GSE faculty, alumnus, and student.
The bioMAKERlab will work with a Philadelphia high school and the Franklin Institute.
Dean Pam Grossman comments on a provision in Michigan's bailout of Detroit schools allowing uncertified teachers, based on her research in NYC schools.
DeFlaminis recently wrote a guidebook for implementing distributed leadership principles.
Native West Philadelphian, founding principal of Thomas Elementary in South Philadelphia, and former special education teacher excited to step into new role at the partnership school.
As the academic year closes, Penn GSE students and alumni have received awards and recognition in Philadelphia and around the world for their continued efforts to improve education.
Steinberg, Assistant Professor in the Education Policy Division, named a 2016 National Academy of Education and Spencer Foundation postdoctoral fellow.
In an essay for Times Higher Education, Matthew Hartley ponders how prestigious (and pricey) colleges can justify their course costs.
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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.