Penn GSE News Archive

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Education Policy
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016

To Helen Gym, C’93, GED’96, if the quality of American public education is at stake, so are the values at the heart of our democracy.

 

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Race, Equity, & Inclusion
April 14, 2016

Learn how a Penn GSE professor trains students and educators in racial literacy—the skills to identify and resolve racially stressful social interactions.

  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016

Chris Parris’s dream of putting more Boston public school students on a path to college brought him to Penn GSE’s M.S.Ed. in Education Entrepreneurship program.

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Education Policy
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016

Learn how Penn GSE alumni are addressing insufficient funding, unidentified learning needs, poverty, and gaps in educational quality and availability.

  • News from Penn GSE
March 30, 2016

Kervin Pillot believes in the power of education. He started as Assistant Dean and Director of Admissions on February 1. 

 

  • News from Penn GSE
March 24, 2016

The Penn GSE Education Alumni Association (EAA) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2016 EAA Awards. Awardees will be recognized at GSE’s Education Alumni Awards & Celebration of Teachers on Friday, May 13, 2016, during Penn’s Alumni Weekend.

 

  • News from Penn GSE
March 16, 2016

The school improved to 6th in U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 rankings. Both the Higher Education and Education Policy divisions also placed in the top 10.

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philadelphia Impact
March 14, 2016

Researcher Whitney LeBoeuf discussed targeting areas of need for pre-K programs on Knowledge@Wharton Business Radio. 

 

  • Philadelphia Impact
March 10, 2016

A March 1 reception for Hackney was a chance for educators, researchers, and community leaders to think about new collaborations to benefit Philadelphia’s children and families.

 

  • Higher Education
February 29, 2016

Shaun Harper will argue that campus protests are not curtailing free speech in the March 1 Intelligence Squared US debate. 

 

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