Margaret Plympton, GRD’11, believes the liberal arts are a worthy investment for higher education.
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.
Peter Jordan, GRD’08, president of Tarrant County College, believes in the strong academic foundation community colleges can provide students and the general public.
Education’s power to prepare Americans for the jobs of the future drew Rajeev Amara, W’97, to support fellowship for Penn GSE students.
Penn GSE alumni are addressing national challenges through affordable college options, data to drive decisions, educational access, and the liberal arts.
By helping Philadelphia schools implement dual-language programs in Spanish and English, a faculty member continues a linguistic legacy at Penn GSE.
A school principal for forty-two years, Michael G. Kirsch knows the value of professional development in a field that faces constant change.
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.
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.
Psychologists Riana “Ri” Anderson and Shawn “CT” Jones take an offbeat look at mental health in relatable one-minute videos.
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