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January 28, 2015

“The publishing business has an imagination gap when it comes to children’s and young adult literature.” 

Thomas, as a periodic reviewer for the Los Angeles Times books section, discusses often-overlooked works that feature children and teens of color, both now and throughout U.S. history.

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January 26, 2015

Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration will focus on an equitable school funding formula, making sure local school boards have control, and improving professional development for educators, Rivera said.

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January 23, 2015

At the event held at Penn GSE in December, Ravitch warned of the dangers of well-meaning organizations reinforcing harmful deficit narratives.

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January 15, 2015

Cirkits, a project that bridges traditional craft with technology, provides new ways for children to learn creatively about electronics. A Kickstarter campaign launches January 16 with a goal of raising $15,000 by February 15 to pay for the production and distribution of the sewable electronic kits. 

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January 12, 2015

Professors John Puckett and Michael Johanek will trace the story of how the American school system was built in “American Education Reform: History, Policy, Practice,” the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) created by Penn GSE.

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January 5, 2015

With a focus on continuing her career-long commitment to teacher education, Pam Grossman has joined the faculty of Penn GSE as its 11th dean. Grossman, an internationally renowned scholar, arrived at Penn on January 1 from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education, where she helped found the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching. 


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The Higher Education Case Studies students have proposed solutions to executives from institutions including The College of William and Mary, the University of Florida.

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Last week, a coding class designed by Kafai and her students celebrated the Hour of Code.

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The 2008 graduate of the Teacher Education Program hopes her book can be a guide for teachers shifting to an inquiry-based practice

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Penn GSE’s website has been recognized as one of the best designed and most usable in the world of education.

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Sokoloff, Director of the Penn Project for Civic Engagement, will lead a community dialogue process to help the recently established Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) become a “best-in-class regulator.” 

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Following a lively on-campus kickoff in September, Penn GSE’s Centennial celebration went on the road to four cities this fall, bringing together alumni, friends, faculty, and prospective students in Boston, Miami, Chicago, and San Francisco.

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A review found "Promoting Racial Literacy in Schools" to be "highly accessible, yet intensely thought provoking."
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October 31, 2014

Doug and Betsy Korn hope that their generosity not only assures that students at Penn GSE can flourish, but inspires others to give, as well.

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