New research from Penn GSE’s Matthew Steinberg shows Philadelphia principals aren’t leaving for the suburbs.
In a new report, Penn GSE's Joni Finney spotlights how Georgia's higher education system is falling short of its workforce needs.
In a Phi Delta Kappan report, co-author Rand Quinn lays out new research into Americans’ views on vouchers funding private and religious schools.
Penn GSE’s Richard Ingersoll chronicles a surge in teacher hiring and continued instability in the profession in his new report.
Penn GSE professor Manuel S. Gonzáles Canché and doctoral student Cameron Anglum receive prestigious Spencer fellowships from the National Academy of Education.
Writing in The Hill, Dan Wagner argues for improving how the U.S. spends foreign aid money on education.
Assistant Professor Wendy Chan, an applied education statistician in Penn GSE’s Human Development and Quantitative Methods Program, helps educators and policy makers trust the findings generated by the tools and techniques of education research.
The researchers, who are both studying school discipline in Philadelphia, were recent panelists at a Thomas B. Fordham Institute event.
In an open letter in the Washington Post, David Berliner writes that Fantuzzo's research provides necessary groundwork for experts – and the citizens of Philadelphia – trying to understand the city's schools
In a Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed, the Penn GSE professor argues an elected school board would better represent all city residents.
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