In the Media
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October 2, 2016
, Washington Post

Student recommended for mental health screening after drawing picture of lynching and ‘Black Lives Matter’

Shaun Harper comments on a school’s reaction to a student’s depiction of racism in America.

Penn GSE News
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October 1, 2016

A master’s student in the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program, James Busacca is pursuing his dreams of an international career.

Penn GSE News
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September 30, 2016

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. 

Press Releases
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September 29, 2016
Report finds 135,000 students, or up to 19% of those eligible, sat out 2015 standardized tests.
In the Media
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September 29, 2016
, Inside Higher Ed

Right Answers, Wrong Questions

Peter Eckel describes the wrong questions that institutional boards often ask themselves, as well as those they should ask but frequently don't.

Penn GSE News
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September 28, 2016

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.

Howard C. Stevenson, Penn GSE
In the Media
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September 28, 2016
, USA Today

Study: Teachers' 'implicit bias' starts in preschool

“If this can happen at the level of preschool, perhaps it could happen at other levels as well," said Howard Stevenson, commenting on a new study that implicit racial bias begins in preschool.

Press Releases
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September 27, 2016
Nelson Flores is available for comment on the first presidential debate.
Press Releases
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September 27, 2016
Linda Lucker Leibowitz is Available for Comment
Penn GSE News
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September 27, 2016

In an essay in the Washington Post, Gasman outlines the choices colleges make that keep faculties whiter than their students. 

Joni Finney, Penn GSE
In the Media
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September 27, 2016
, The Associated Press

Colleges lavishing more financial aid on wealthy students

Citing Joni Finney's recent report that found that investment in merit aid is outpacing need-based aid, this AP piece discusses the reasons why colleges and universities are increasing merit aid to attract students from wealthier backgrounds.

Penn GSE News
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September 22, 2016

Penn GSE’s Educator’s Playbook offers a variety of lesson ideas for teachers and administrators to explore in schools and classrooms. 

Marybeth Gasman, Penn GSE
In the Media
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September 20, 2016
, The Hechinger Report

The five things no one will tell you about why colleges don’t hire more faculty of color

Marybeth Gasman shares her thoughts on the reasons why more faculty of color are not being hired by colleges.

In the Media
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September 20, 2016
, The 74

New Research: Chicago Teacher Eval Pilot Moved Out Struggling Teachers, Kept Stronger Ones

Matthew Steinberg's new Chicago study found teacher evaluation reform could improve the overall quality of teachers.

Penn GSE News
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September 19, 2016

Wolf’s research is helping education leaders in Ghana reimagine the school experience.

Press Releases
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September 14, 2016
Researchers examined what happened last time the state used a formula

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