Penn GSE News Archive

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Philly Impact
January 4, 2017

Nelson Flores explains to The Notebook how federal policies challenged the city’s robust bilingual programs.


  • Higher Education
December 9, 2016

Senior Fellow Peter Eckel, a member of the Higher Education division at Penn GSE, was a recent guest on Wharton’s Sirius radio station to discussing the role boards of trustees can play in universities. 


  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Innovation
November 30, 2016

Penn GSE's Ryan Baker, whose research is situated at the bleeding edge of technology and learning, established the Penn Center for Learning Analytics (PCLA) and serves as its founding director.


  • Philly Impact
November 28, 2016

Savage, also a Penn Law graduate, brings diverse career experiences to her new role as principal. She hopes to inspire in her students the same sense of intellectual curiosity that kept her learning and exploring. 


  • Teaching & Leadership
November 21, 2016

What started as a curriculum guide in the International Educational Development Program at Penn GSE continued to develop as two students brought it to their internship in Ethiopia.


  • Teaching & Leadership
November 17, 2016

When educators are under mental duress, they often focus on how they can help their students. This is both natural and noble. But Howard Stevenson, a Penn GSE clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma, believes educators limit their impact and put themselves at risk if they don’t take steps to care for their well-being.



  • News from Penn GSE
November 14, 2016

At the 2016 American Educational Research Association annual conference, Vivian Gadsden, Richard Ingersoll, Laura Perna, and Howard Stevenson were four of 32 scholars sharing research in the Ed-Talk format. 


  • Higher Education
November 2, 2016

Zimmerman, one of the foremost education historians, has joined the Penn GSE faculty.


  • Teaching & Leadership
October 26, 2016

In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, Penn GSE’s dean called on the federal government to invest in teacher preparation and development.


  • Alumni
October 14, 2016

Constance Clayton, GRD’81, utilizes African-American art to empower and educate children.