Penn GSE News Archive

  • Race & Equity
August 25, 2015

The new study from the Center for Race and Equity in Education offers a school district-by-district look at suspensions and expulsions in 13 Southern states. 


  • News from Penn GSE
August 20, 2015

“Stanton Wortham brings an extraordinary depth of expertise to help Penn chart the future of online learning,” Provost Vincent Price said. 


  • Global Impact
August 10, 2015

Ruby, a Senior Fellow at Penn GSE, has worked to improve education for the Australian government, the World Bank, and Atlantic Philanthropies. 


  • Teaching & Leadership
July 30, 2015

The “unconference” brings together school leaders to think about new approaches to professional development.


  • Teaching & Leadership
July 24, 2015

Ingersoll talks about what motivates and challenges teachers entering the classroom.


  • Education Policy
July 21, 2015

“I realized that I was never happier than when I was figuring out how to explain something complex in a way that would enable my audience of non-researchers to understand,” —Ruth Neild.


  • Teaching & Leadership
June 30, 2015

The U.S. Secretary of Education will take part in #PTchat at 1:30 p.m.


  • Education Policy
June 17, 2015

“C-SAIL situates Penn GSE and the University of Pennsylvania at the frontline of research into one of the nation’s most vital but fraught educational policy issues,” said Penn GSE dean Pam Grossman. “Porter and his team will provide one-on-one support to teachers as they grapple with incorporating standards into their classroom instruction, while also studying what works and what doesn’t on a national scale. Their center has the potential to move the needle on student learning.”


  • Education Policy
June 17, 2015

Supovitz talked about the new standards, the tests that often come with them, and what the fight over the Common Core means for education. 


  • Philly Impact
June 15, 2015

The surveys, conducted by the District and Penn GSE, help educators and researchers understand schools, and how they can be improved.