Penn GSE News Archive

  • Education Policy
February 19, 2018

Assistant Professor Wendy Chan, an applied education statistician in Penn GSE’s Human Development and Quantitative Methods Program, helps educators and policy makers trust the findings generated by the tools and techniques of education research.

 

  • Higher Education
  • Race & Equity
February 15, 2018

Penn GSE Marybeth Gasman is a source for Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities, a groundbreaking film premiering Feb. 19.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
February 14, 2018

Cheryl Logan had been serving as the School District of Philadelphia's Chief Academic Officer.

 

  • Higher Education
  • Race & Equity
February 5, 2018

The MIT historian was Penn GSE's first 2018 Visiting Scholar of Color.

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philly Impact
January 31, 2018

The researchers, who are both studying school discipline in Philadelphia, were recent panelists at a Thomas B. Fordham Institute event.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
January 19, 2018

Writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jonathan Zimmerman says teachers need to show students why they can argue for Trump’s policies but not talk like him, at least not in school.

 

  • Race & Equity
  • News from Penn GSE
January 11, 2018

The series kicks off January 31 with author and MIT professor Craig Steven Wilder. 

 

  • News from Penn GSE
January 10, 2018

 

Marybeth Gasman moved into the top 10 in the Education Week ranking, joining seven other Penn GSE researchers on the 2018  Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings list.

  • Education Policy
  • Philly Impact
January 9, 2018

In an open letter in the Washington Post, David Berliner writes that Fantuzzo's research provides necessary groundwork for experts – and the citizens of Philadelphia – trying to understand the city's schools

 

  • News from Penn GSE
December 14, 2017

Dean Pam Grossman was recently inducted into the prestigious American Academy of Arts & Sciences. She joins fellow faculty member Bob Boruch, as well as Penn President Amy Gutmann.

 

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