Appearing on WHYY’s Radio Times, Howard Stevenson talked about the motivations for hate, and how it can be confronted.
In Education Week, Wolf discussed her latest research on the effects living in high-poverty neighborhoods has on childhood development.
Nelson Flores told WHYY’s Newsworks there is more to English-proficiency test scores than cultural heritage.
The education policy professor told Education Week Neurocore is misusing evidence to mislead the public.
In helping to found the Christina Seix Academy, Education Policy graduate Rob Connor wanted to rethink urban education.
Applications are now being accepted for entrepreneurs with ideas for education businesses or services.
“We need to look beyond education, and beyond school halls, to think about how we can support families and children, and to knit together the services that help children thrive in these conditions,” said Penn GSE Dean Pam Grossman.
Education Entrepreneurship student Ilya Breyman’s Coursalytics Inc. was a finalist in the Penn Wharton Startup Competition.
Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, or AISP, a joint effort between the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice and Graduate School of Education, will launch a training and technical assistance program for state and local governments interested in developing integrated data systems, or IDS.
Bynoe-Sullivan begins teaching this fall at Clymer Elementary, a Mastery Charter School in North Philadelphia.
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Howard Stevenson discusses how people may feel when they encounter written slurs.
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas comments on a new young-adult novel that moves Black protagonists to the center of the fantastic.