June 9, 2022
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#PennGSEExperts Pam Grossman and Richard M. Ingersoll were interviewed for a recent Philadelphia Inquirer article about the looming crisis. Between 30 and 50 percent of new teachers now leave the profession after their first five years.

  • Education Policy & Analysis
  • Leadership
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
May 27, 2022
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Photograph of mural depicting a group of students above the following quote: "Celebrate the highs. Hold on during the lows. They all have purpose."

A new mural at a Philadelphia-area high school is more than a colorful work of art. It’s the product of a hands-on learning experience that helped unite a local school community while promoting mental health. Penn GSE’s Consortium for Mental Health and Optimal Development was instrumental in designing the project and bringing partners together.

  • Philadelphia Impact
  • Counseling & Psychology
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
May 4, 2022
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Already reeling from the ongoing disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, local classrooms have been beset by gun violence and its troubling effects on mental health.

  • Philadelphia Impact
  • Counseling & Psychology
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
January 11, 2022
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Caroline Watts speaks at a panel event about mental health in student populations.

Speaking to an audience of Penn GSE alumni and friends, three mental health professionals shared ways in which they’re responding to students’ mental health during transitional times.

  • Counseling & Psychology
  • Alumni
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
October 28, 2021
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Sharon Wolf

In a new study, Penn GSE’s Sharon Wolf documents in detail how inequalities impacted learning in Ghana during the pandemic and shares how that could inform any nation’s approach to instruction this fall.

  • Global Initiatives
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
July 1, 2021
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By teaching, implementing curricula, creating experiences outside of the classroom, and engaging undergraduates in community service, these alumni are preparing the next generation for U.S. civic life.

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
July 1, 2021
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A silhouette of a student’s head in a graduation cap is filled with various images of the Penn GSE building, Penn campus views, students, and faculty.

Seeing hope amidst current challenges, Penn GSE professors, scholars, and graduates are examining the changing landscape of higher education and envisioning opportunities to advance educational opportunity and racial justice.

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
May 26, 2021
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Penn GSE Dean Pam Grossman, who recently co-authored a new report from the Learning Policy Institute, pictured in February 2020.

Penn GSE’s dean and peers from the Learning Policy Institute advocate for accelerating systems change in the wake of the pandemic.

  • Education Policy & Analysis
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
May 17, 2021
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Faculty appear in clasrooms in five tiled images. A lavender bar across the bottom reads, “Professional Counseling Master’s Program.”

Penn GSE students preparing for counseling careers have strived to deliver mental health services to vulnerable populations via virtual internships while studying remotely themselves.

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Counseling & Psychology
  • Alumni
  • Special Topic: COVID-19
April 5, 2021
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Easing back into the classroom

“It feels like it hasn’t quite let up. Neither has the request for support,” Penn GSE counseling lecturer Ariane Thomas told WHYY.

  • Special Topic: COVID-19

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