On the Office Hours podcast, Thomas remembers what it was like the first time she read Harry Potter, and how that sparked her investigations of race in children’s literature.
Graduation is a time to celebrate the remarkable successes of our Penn GSE community.
Earl Ball, who has directed the program since its launch in 2008, is retiring.
Penn GSE is taking the lead in helping educators across the country hone their skills in project-based instruction through a new certificate program and a related research project.
Penn GSE’s Ebony Elizabeth Thomas’ forthcoming book explores race and representation in fantasy and science fiction.
Penn GSE's Peter Eckel writes about the admissions challenges facing nonselective and moderately selective colleges and their boards.
The five-day workshop included expert advice from people working in industry and trips to Apple, Google, and Raise Labs.
More than 75 Penn GSE faculty and students were featured in panels and presentations.
The bootcamp is part Catalyst’s ongoing series that prepares educational entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into products for children and educators.
The Penn GSE Education Alumni Association is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Education Alumni Awards.
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