Awards & Honors

The Laura and John Arnold Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation have awarded a combined $1.9 million to professors Dennis Culhane and John Fantuzzo, enabling the continued development and expanded use of Integrated Data Systems, or IDS, for evidence-based policymaking through the Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, or AISP, initiative. 


(Posted 3/24/2016)

Gasman leads Pathways to the Professoriate, a $5.1 million program supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, to increase the number of Hispanic professors on campuses across the US.  


(Posted 1/29/2016)

Perna will lead a project with the College Promise Campaign, funded by Civic Nation, to develop a comprehensive database of College Promise Programs. This project will also compile research on the topic, make recommendations for promise programs, and develop a three-year research agenda.

(Posted 1/22/2016)

The Institute of Education Sciences awarded Laura Desimone and Andy Porter a $10-million, 5-year grant to lead a center on the Common Core and other college-readiness standards.


(Posted 11/24/2015)

John DeFlaminis was awarded $756,844 grant from the School District of the City of York, PA; $28,000 from the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District; $39,200 from the Gloucester City Public Schools; and $16,000 from the School District of Philadelphia. 


(Posted 11/23/2015)

Katie Clonan-Roy

Doctoral candidate Katie Clonan-Roy was awarded prestigious Center for Teaching & Learning fellowship for excellence in teaching.


(Posted 11/23/2015)

Jonathan Supovitz received a Gregory and EJ Milken Foundation award to examine a potentially game-changing new model of school leadership.


(Posted 11/23/2015)

Andy Porter received a $10-million, 5-year grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to lead a center to study college- and career-readiness standards on a national scale.


(Posted 11/23/2015)

Sigal Ben-Porath and Rand Quinn received a Gregory and EJ Milken Foundation award to explore the impact of civic opportunities for high school students in Philadelphia.


(Posted 11/23/2015)