In the Media
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March 10, 2016
, Washington Post

Protests against campus racism don’t threaten free speech. They embrace it.

In this op-ed, Shaun Harper argues that campus protestors are looking for more dialogue, not less.  

Penn GSE News
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March 10, 2016

A March 1 reception for Hackney was a chance for educators, researchers, and community leaders to think about new collaborations to benefit Philadelphia’s children and families.

Penn GSE News
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March 7, 2016

For sixteen years, Hornberger made the Forum a launching pad for academic careers. 

In the Media
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March 6, 2016
, Washington Post

Now some schools are testing kids for their ‘grit’ and ‘joy’ levels. Really.

Sigal Ben-Porath and Joan Goodman make the case for why schools can't — and shouldn't — test for non-cognitive attributes. 

Marybeth Gasman, Penn GSE
In the Media
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March 2, 2016
, NewsWorks WHYY

Historically black colleges and universities struggle with new challenges, old inequities

In this radio piece, Marybeth Gasman talks about HBCUs and, specifically, Cheyney University in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Penn GSE News
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March 2, 2016

Ten middle-school students are raising money to go to the FIRST Lego League Competition in St. Louis following their first-place finish in the regional competition.

Penn GSE News
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February 29, 2016

Shaun Harper will argue that campus protests are not curtailing free speech in the March 1 Intelligence Squared US debate. 

Richard M. Ingersoll, Penn GSE
In the Media
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February 26, 2016
, Pew Charitable Trusts Stateline

What Does It Take to End a Teacher Shortage?

“The solution is to improve the job,” says Richard Ingersoll.

In the Media
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February 26, 2016
, New Haven Register

New Haven debate will focus on whether free speech is threatened on campuses

Shaun Harper takes to the debate stage at Yale for Intelligence Squared. 

Penn GSE News
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February 23, 2016

Bokova says UNESCO needs universities like Penn to do more high-quality research on international development.

In the Media
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February 19, 2016
, Chronicle of Higher Education

What’s the Best Way to Lead After a Racial Incident on Campus?

Shaun Harper advises college leaders to take a "clear-eyed" look at the campus climate that led to the incident. 

Penn GSE News
 | 
February 17, 2016
Unique Cross-Penn Collaboration Awards Grants to Improve the Health and Well-being of Youth and Families in Philadelphia and Beyond

Unique Cross-Penn Collaboration Awards Grants to Improve the Health and Well-being of Youth and Families in Philadelphia and Beyond

Press Releases
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February 17, 2016
John L. Jackson, Jr., Pam Grossman, and Antonia Villarruel Engage in Unique Cross-Penn Collaboration Awarding Grants to Improve the Health and Well-being of Youth and Families in Philadelphia and Beyond
Penn GSE News
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February 15, 2016

Three students from Penn GSE’s Applied Psychology and Human Development program received a highly competitive scholarship that covers unmet financial need for students to attend college and graduate school. 

Penn GSE News
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February 11, 2016

Seven early-stage education companies spent six months working in the Education Design Studio to refine their businesses. 

Marybeth Gasman, Penn GSE
In the Media
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February 9, 2016
, U.S. News & World Report

New Program Aims to Boost Number of Latino Faculty

Further coverage of new Pathways to the Professoriate initiative from the Center for MSIs. 

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