Penn GSE News Archive

  • Alumni
October 14, 2015

Lindsey Gerdes, GED’15, speaks about her journey from advice columnist to first grade teacher.

  • Faces of Philanthropy
October 14, 2015

A passion for educating children brought this Penn GSE alumni couple together and continues to shape their involvement with the School.

  • 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.”

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Alumni
April 14, 2015

The opportunity to learn on the ground in a Philadelphia school field placement drew Miriam Rock to Penn GSE’s Teacher Education Program.

  • News from Penn GSE
March 11, 2015

Porter has been honored by The American Educational Research Association with the Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award, published the most-read AERA journal article of the year for 2014, and received the Distinguished Research in Teacher Education award from the Association of Teacher Educators

 

  • Faces of Philanthropy
October 31, 2014

Doug and Betsy Korn hope that their generosity not only assures that students at Penn GSE can flourish, but inspires others to give, as well.

  • Education Policy
October 14, 2014

Can American higher education make the grade? A Penn GSE professor turns up the heat on state leaders throughout the nation.

  • Global Impact
  • Alumni
April 14, 2014

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.

 

  • Global Impact
  • Alumni
April 14, 2014

Getting to know another country is a benefit of most students’ internships. For Emily Wallace, GED’12, experience with another two dozen countries lay ahead.

 

  • Global Impact
  • Alumni
April 14, 2014

Sarah Horns, GED’11, and Khaing Zah Lynn, GED’12, speak about how their GSE skills and knowledge allowed them to make a global impact on education.

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