From prestigious awards to new grants to staying on top of the national conversation, our inbox at Penn GSE News has been brimming with accolades.
Public and private elementary, middle, and high schools that attain Blue Ribbon status are those where students achieve at high levels or where the achievement gap is narrowing. Penn Alexander was honored for its work narrowing the achievement gap.
In an essay in the Washington Post, Gasman outlines the choices colleges make that keep faculties whiter than their students.
Penn GSE’s Educator’s Playbook offers a variety of lesson ideas for teachers and administrators to explore in schools and classrooms.
Wolf’s research is helping education leaders in Ghana reimagine the school experience.
In looking at Pennsylvania’s last attempt at a school funding formula, the Penn GSE researchers provided insight about funding levels needed to reduce inequity between districts.
Gasman and photographer Andrew Feiler will discuss this month’s exhibit of his work documenting Morris Brown College at the Inn at Penn.
The Teaching Fellowship provides early-career, high school math and science teachers with support and professional development to improve STEM education.
In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Penn GSE Dean Pam Grossman offered ideas for research-supported changes in education.
Martin Ihrig says that student-entrepreneurs can use their time in college to launch and grow startup businesses, while collaborating with their professors and peers.
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Joni Finney comments on the GOP’s endowment tax proposal and says that schools may resort to increases in tuition in order to pay the tax.
Laura Perna discusses the impact of the recent change to the tax code on students, colleges, and higher education as a whole.