GSE News: Philly Impact

  • Philly Impact
February 20, 2018

Penn GSE's Vivian Gadsden and Penn Nursing's Terri Lipman will lead the collaborative project's next phase.

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philly Impact
January 31, 2018

The researchers, who are both studying school discipline in Philadelphia, were recent panelists at a Thomas B. Fordham Institute event.

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philly Impact
January 9, 2018

In an open letter in the Washington Post, David Berliner writes that Fantuzzo's research provides necessary groundwork for experts – and the citizens of Philadelphia – trying to understand the city's schools

 

  • Philly Impact
December 4, 2017

A Spencer Foundation grant will enhance the collaborative work over the next three years.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Philly Impact
November 29, 2017

The Teacher Research and Knowledge: A Celebration of Writing and Literacy conference, co-sponsored by Penn GSE's PhilWP and the Teacher Education and Reading/Writing/Literacy programs, emphasized teacher knowledge in reading and literacy practices.  

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philly Impact
November 16, 2017

In a Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed, the Penn GSE professor argues an elected school board would better represent all city residents. 

 

  • Philly Impact
October 30, 2017

Martin Ihrig examines arts programs in Philadelphia public schools, offering suggestions for giving students more access to the arts.

 

  • Race & Equity
  • Philly Impact
September 6, 2017

The Penn Futures Project has named three Calvin Bland Faculty Fellows to collaborate on research for boys and young men of color. Supported by a $2 million endowment from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Fellows were selected from the faculty at Penn’s Schools of Nursing , Graduate School of Education, and Social Policy & Practice.

 

  • Philly Impact
August 29, 2017

The Teacher Education Program’s summer start introduces students to the neighborhoods where they will teach.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Philly Impact
August 11, 2017

Nelson Flores told WHYY’s Newsworks there is more to English-proficiency test scores than cultural heritage.