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.
Learn how alumni prepared for careers improving education around the world through Penn GSE’s International Educational Development Program.
Gratitude for a fulfilling career as an educator and leader prompted Bill Reynolds, GRD’71, to become a member of the William B. Castetter Circle.
What lies ahead for teacher supply, demand, and retention? A Penn GSE professor reveals national trends shaping the teaching profession.
The annual festival is part of Penn GSE’s deep involvement with public schools through programs that support the University’s commitment to local impact.
For sixteen years, Hornberger made the Forum a launching pad for academic careers.
Ten middle-school students are raising money to go to the FIRST Lego League Competition in St. Louis following their first-place finish in the regional competition.
Bokova says UNESCO needs universities like Penn to do more high-quality research on international development.
Three students from Penn GSE’s Applied Psychology and Human Development program received a highly competitive scholarship that covers unmet financial need for students to attend college and graduate school.
Seven early-stage education companies spent six months working in the Education Design Studio to refine their businesses.
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