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Education Alumni Association Names 2019 Honorees

The Penn GSE Education Alumni Association is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Education Alumni Awards.

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Meet Our Alumni

Penn GSE is striving to change the world, one graduate at a time. Read stories of the many ways our alumni are having a transformational impact.

David Soo, GR’11

The mission of the U.S. Department of Education includes “ensuring equal access”—a goal that has too often proven elusive. David Soo, GR’11, views technology as a key tool for supporting equal opportunity...

Andrew Biros, C’10, GED’12

When Andrew Biros, C’10, GED’12, undertook his student-teaching assignment in Penn GSE’s Teacher Education Program, he found that too many of his pupils at University City High School in Philadelphia did not expect to be active participants in the classroom...

Constance Clayton, GRD’81

To Constance Clayton, GRD’81, arts and culture are a critical part of children’s learning. A giant in Philadelphia public education—as the first African-American and first woman to lead the city’s public school system as superintendent from 1982 to 1993—Dr. Clayton has made arts advocacy a powerful vehicle for expressing her lifelong commitment to children...

Jennifer Isom O’Malley, GED’98, and Matthew V. O’Malley, GED’95

Kelly (Franquemont) Shiohira, GED’12, travelled to Johannesburg, South Africa, for her internship with the Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy, a nongovernmental organization that operates literacy projects throughout Africa...