Ben-Porath offers a useful framework for thinking about free speech controversies both inside and outside the college classroom, shifting the focus away from disputes about legality and harm and toward democracy and inclusion.
In an interview with Chalkbeat, Zimmerman argues that while fundamental elements of high school are similar, to say they haven’t changed isn’t accurate.
Chalkbeat reports that a new paper from Matthew Steinberg is the first research to document the impact of the great recession on learning.
Ross Aikins recently found few top-tier U.S. universities have policies regarding so-called cognitive enhancement drugs, as he told SiruisXM’s Knoweldge@Wharton.
The education policy professor told Education Week Neurocore is misusing evidence to mislead the public.
In helping to found the Christina Seix Academy, Education Policy graduate Rob Connor wanted to rethink urban education.
Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, or AISP, a joint effort between the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice and Graduate School of Education, will launch a training and technical assistance program for state and local governments interested in developing integrated data systems, or IDS.
Supovitz told The Washington Post strategies used by sophisticated groups are “a harbinger” of the future.
Appearing on WITF, Finney discussed the state’s poor ranking in her College Affordability Diagnosis.
In looking at Pennsylvania’s last attempt at a school funding formula, the Penn GSE researchers provided insight about funding levels needed to reduce inequity between districts.
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Alan Ruby and Matthew Hartley write about the creation of 20 “institutions of eminence” in India.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the impact and significance of Minority Serving Institutions and discusses opportunities to get more involved in the electoral process.