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Women from across Penn's graduate schools attended on March 20th, including co-organizer Lois MacNamara (foreground).
Former Penn GSE dean and quantitative methods expert Andy Porter has been honored by The American Educational Research Association (AERA) with the Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award.
In celebration of its Centennial, Penn GSE has invited actress, playwright and social commentator Anna Deavere Smith for a special performance on May 5 at 5:00 p.m. at the Penn Museum.
Penn’s Graduate School of Education has once again been recognized among the best-performing graduate schools of education. U.S. News and World Report named the School 7th in its recently released 2016 rankings, the fourth consecutive year Penn GSE has placed within the top 10.
Representatives from Penn GSE and the School District of Philadelphia (SDP) will be presenting two sessions at this week’s cutting-edge SXSWedu conference in Austin, TX. The fifth annual event, which is part of a family of premiere conferences in technology, music, and film, celebrates innovations in learning.
Colin Gilbert had been working with refugees in Jordan for 10 months when neighboring Syria collapsed under a devastating civil war.
The new Innovations Lab at the Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (@MCDPEL) at Penn GSE will launch a weekly scenario-based educational leadership podcast, entitled #BACKCHANNELedu, starting Monday, March 2. The series is focused on problem-solving real-life challenges submitted by educational leaders, and each episode ends with a cliffhanger.
When Jonathan Supovitz and a team of researchers started unpacking their study of the Twitter debate over Common Core State Standards, they saw a new type of political discourse.
The scene at St. Patrick's Church in Norristown, PA, from the documentary Adelante.
When Father William Murphy steps up to the pulpit at St. Patrick’s, he draws upon deep traditions in the 181-year-old church to make parishioners feel at home. “I see good, hard-working people who are just trying to have a better life for their kids, just like my grandparents did,” he said.