Jonathan Zimmerman says educators who denounce racial and other social prejudices spurred by Trump's rise to the presidency need to check their political prejudice in the classroom, which could indoctrinate students.
Jonathan Zimmerman comments on the contentious exchange between U.S. representative and civil rights leader, John Lewis, and president-elect Donald Trump.
Marybeth Gasman shares her concerns about the Charles Koch Foundation's $25.6 million gift to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Eleven researchers from Penn GSE have made Education Week’s 2017 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings list.
Marybeth Gasman says her racist father prompted her to dedicate her life to social justice, including her penning an op-ed that criticized colleges for failing to employ more faculty of color.
Marybeth Gasman spoke with NPR All Things Considered about Fisk University.
"I can only see [education attainment] gaps growing in terms of race and ethnicity and certainly in terms of income if we don’t do something about this,” said Joni Finney.
Penn GSE's Mike Johanek & Michigan State's Rebecca Jacobsen discuss Betsy DeVos's nomination for US Secretary of Education. Originally aired on 12/17/16 by Wharton Business Radio (@BizRadio111).
Peter Eckel writes about board institutional governance and accountability for colleges and universities.
Education Next named "What Do We Know About School Discipline Reform," co-authored by Matthew Steinberg, as one of its top-20 stories of 2016.
“Every school, every school district, and every state should be very serious about routinely and systematically assessing school climate, because it really is one of many key determinants of student performance and success,” says Shaun Harper.
Jonathan Zimmerman on the restriction of free speech and racial equality.
“Strengthening leadership pathways for [minority-serving institutions] is one way to ensure institutional commitment to diversity and equity in higher education," says Marybeth Gasman.
Marybeth Gasman named one of LinkedIn's Top 10 Voices in Education.
Pam Grossman offers recommendations for the next administration on improving the teacher workforce.
A gender gap in men going to college ultimately plays itself out in degree attainment, says Shaun Harper.
Joni Finney says high price tags of Pennsylvania's colleges, among other things, complicate postsecondary institutions' tasks to adapt to demographic trends.
Jonathan Zimmerman writes about the national debate over charter schools and public education.
Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education shares her thoughts about Betsey DeVos being named as the nominee for U.S. secretary of education.
Jonathan Zimmerman says teachers should focus on giving their students the skills and knowledge to analyze political issues on their own, while refraining from imposing their own particular views.
Marybeth Gasman responds to Penn GSE colleague Jonathan Zimmerman's New York Daily News article about patronizing students with emotional support post-Trump's presidential win.
Marybeth Gasman shares her concern regarding a Trump presidency's impact on prior White House initiatives that support minority-serving institutions.
Shaun Harper reflects on the shocking US presidential election result, saying the concerns of Trump voters and people of color need to be paid attention to, as well as the issues they both raise.
Matthew Steinberg is mentioned here regarding how some of the largest school districts in the United States have implemented policy reforms to curtail the use of suspension and other approaches to discipline.
“We hope communities and states can use this data to inform decisions about designing and structuring College Promise programs,” said Laura Perna, after the recent launch of the online College Promise database.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the recent appointments of black presidents at predominantly white colleges.
Peter shares his expertise on the baseline fundamentals, performance, and culture of boards.
Richard Ingersoll talks about the difficulty of closing the gap between the numbers of minority students and minority teachers.
The Center for Minority Serving Institutions and the Council on International Exchange have partnered up to increase study abroad participation at MSIs. Marybeth Gasman said, "...we don’t have enough students from minority-serving institutions that are studying abroad. We are trying to fundamentally change that..."