Richard M. Ingersoll, Penn GSE
In the Media
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October 12, 2015
, Tampa Bay Times

A principal is pressed into classroom duty as math teacher shortage hits home

"National data confirm that math and science positions are the toughest teaching jobs to fill," says Richard Ingersoll.

Press Releases
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October 8, 2015
Penn GSE’s Philadelphia Writing Project, teachers, students, & local businesses join together to raise funds for literacy programs at the 3rd annual Walk for Literacy.
Penn GSE News
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October 7, 2015

Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase discussed building more humanistic models for schools with Dean Grossman at Penn GSE Centennial event. 

Nelson Flores, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
October 6, 2015
, Education Week

More States and Districts Embrace Biliteracy

“We don’t have data to determine whether the seal of biliteracy is something that people actually take seriously,” says Nelson Flores.

Marybeth Gasman, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
September 29, 2015
, The Atlantic

The Influx of Latino Students at Historically Black Colleges

Marybeth Gasman comments on HBCUs welcoming increasing numbers of Latino students. 

John L. Puckett, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
September 29, 2015
, Philadelphia Tribune

University expansion in West Phila., cost to neighborhoods, examined

“There’s plenty of controversy over other things that have happened at Penn over the years,” says John Puckett.

In the Media
 | 
September 18, 2015
, ESPN

The racial impact of Eric Striker

Shaun Harper talks to ESPN about race & college football.

Penn GSE News
 | 
September 16, 2015

Film by Penn student Noam Osband highlights the role of the Catholic diocese in Norristown, inspired by research done by Stanton Wortham. 

Richard M. Ingersoll, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
September 15, 2015
, The Washington Post

The number of black teachers has dropped in nine U.S. cities

"Minority teachers have significantly higher quit rates than non-minority teachers. And that’s a huge problem," says Richard Ingersoll

Annie McKee, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
September 11, 2015
, Harvard Business Review

Don’t Let Your Stressed-Out Boss Stress You Out

Stress is contagious. Annie McKee explains what to do if it's your boss that's infecting you.

In the Media
 | 
September 8, 2015
, Education Week

Slicing the K-12 Data on Governors Running for White House

Laura Desimone weighs in on whether one can attribute K-12 gains in student achievement to a governor's policies. 

Jonathan A. Supovitz, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
September 1, 2015
, PDK International

Twitter gets favorited in the education debate

PDK reviews Jon Supovitz's project examining the role of Twitter in the Common Core conversation. 

Penn GSE News
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August 28, 2015

Ihrig, Amy Stornaiuolo, and Bobbi Kurshan all have proposed panels competing for a spot in next year’s SXSWedu conference. 

Marybeth Gasman, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
August 28, 2015
, Chronicle of Higher Education

A Decade After Katrina, One Campus Still Struggles to Recover

Marybeth Gasman comments on the  compounded impact of Katrina on HBCUs.

Richard M. Ingersoll, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
August 26, 2015
, NEA Today

Want to Reduce the Teacher Shortage? Treat Teachers Like Professionals

Employee turnover is expensive. When it comes to the teacher workforce, Richard Ingersoll offers solutions.

Howard C. Stevenson, Penn GSE
In the Media
 | 
August 26, 2015
, Philadelphia Tribune

Barbershops becoming the battlefront against youth illiteracy

Howard Stevenson knows where to find long-term stability in a neighborhood. It might be just around the corner.

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