Penn GSE News Archive

  • Race, Equity, & Inclusion
  • 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
  • Philadelphia 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.

 

  • Philadelphia Impact
December 4, 2017

A Spencer Foundation grant will enhance the collaborative work over the next three years.

 

  • Race, Equity, & Inclusion
November 29, 2017

In a Q&A for the Penn Current, Stevenson discusses connections between psychology and theology, holding therapy sessions on a basketball court, and helping schools respond to racist incidents. 

 

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Philadelphia Impact
November 29, 2017

The Teacher Research and Knowledge: A Celebration of Writing and Literacy conference, co-sponsored by Penn GSE's PhilWP and the Teacher Education and Reading/Writing/Literacy programs, emphasized teacher knowledge in reading and literacy practices.  

 

  • News from Penn GSE
November 21, 2017

Penn GSE’s Director of Career and Professional Development helps people connect their strengths and their passions.

 

  • Global Initiatives
November 20, 2017

Dan Wagner, Penn GSE professor and Special Advisor to UNESCO’s Director-General, argues the U.S. decision to withdraw from UNESCO is shortsighted. 

 

  • Education Policy
  • Philadelphia Impact
November 16, 2017

In a Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed, the Penn GSE professor argues an elected school board would better represent all city residents. 

 

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