Penn GSE News Archive

  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

Margaret Plympton, GRD’11, believes the liberal arts are a worthy investment for higher education.

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

Described by Forbes as revolutionary educators, Drs. Lynn Fuchs, GED’73, and Doug Fuchs, GED’73, believe customizable interventions are the best way to keep students on track.

  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

Peter Jordan, GRD’08, president of Tarrant County College, believes in the strong academic foundation community colleges can provide students and the general public.

  • Innovation
  • Faces of Philanthropy
April 14, 2017

Education’s power to prepare Americans for the jobs of the future drew Rajeev Amara, W’97, to support fellowship for Penn GSE students.

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Innovation
  • Education Policy
  • Race & Equity
  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

Penn GSE alumni are addressing national challenges through affordable college options, data to drive decisions, educational access, and the liberal arts.

  • Teaching & Leadership
April 14, 2017

By helping Philadelphia schools implement dual-language programs in Spanish and English, a faculty member continues a linguistic legacy at Penn GSE.

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Faces of Philanthropy
  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

A school principal for forty-two years, Michael G. Kirsch knows the value of professional development in a field that faces constant change.

  • Faces of Philanthropy
April 14, 2017

Love of Penn and the desire to ensure a strong teacher workforce for the future drew the McKibbens to support faculty aid at Penn GSE.

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Innovation
April 10, 2017

Baker argues that when students find ways to avoid answering certain questions in a tech-based learning system, it is worse than simply off-task behavior in the classroom. 

 

  • Race & Equity
April 6, 2017

Psychologists Riana “Ri” Anderson and Shawn “CT” Jones take an offbeat look at mental health in relatable one-minute videos.

 

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