Penn GSE News Archive

  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
March 9, 2015

Three representatives from Penn GSE presenting at SXSWedu education innovation conference in Austin, TX.


  • Global Initiatives
March 4, 2015

Colin Gilbert, a student in the first cohort of the M.S.Ed. in Education Entrepreneurship program, is seeking more sustainable models for educational and developmental work.


  • Teaching & Learning
March 2, 2015

New podcast series from the Innovations Lab at MCDPEL focuses on real-life challenges submitted by educational leaders. Listeners are left with a cliffhanger and encouraged to problem-solve with their peers via social media.  

  • Education Policy
February 24, 2015

The research is presented in an interactive website that weaves theory with data. Supovitz and his colleagues found, on Twitter, the debate over the standards has become a proxy war for broader political issues. 


  • Philadelphia Impact
February 20, 2015

Adelantedirected by Penn graduate student Noam Osband and executive produced by Penn GSE professor Stanton Wortham, screens on Philadelphia’s WHYY Feb. 20. Osband will also host a campus screening March 30.


  • Race, Equity, & Inclusion
February 18, 2015

RISE (Research, Integration, Strategy and Evaluation) for Boys and Men of Color aims to bridge research to practice to improve communities.


  • News from Penn GSE
February 18, 2015

The Edward C. Pomeroy Award recognizes outstanding contributions to teacher education, either through distinguished service to the teacher education community or through the development and promotion of outstanding practices in teacher education at the collegiate, state, or national level. 


  • Education Policy
February 6, 2015

Penn GSE Assistant Professor of Education Policy seeks to share his research and ideas with scholars and senior policymakers to influence K-12 education policy decisions.


  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
February 4, 2015

Eight new education companies in the $2.1 million dollar Education Design Studio explain how they plan to improve learning.


  • Higher Education
February 3, 2015

Students from the wealthiest families are eight times more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree by age 24, according to the report released with the Pell Institute.