GSE News: Global Impact

  • Counseling & Human Development
  • Global Impact
May 30, 2018

In Ghana’s capital city of Accra, roughly 80 percent of children are enrolled in preschool by age three – but tests show that traditional call-and-response teaching, rote memorization, and corporal punishment do not lead to much learning.

 

  • Education Policy
  • Global Impact
March 23, 2018

Writing in The Hill, Dan Wagner argues for improving how the U.S. spends foreign aid money on education.

  • Global Impact
March 14, 2018

Wolf is one of 11 Jacobs Fellows chosen from a pool of over 400 applicants.

 

  • Global Impact
November 20, 2017

Dan Wagner, Penn GSE professor and Special Advisor to UNESCO’s Director-General, argues the U.S. decision to withdraw from UNESCO is shortsighted. 

 

  • Global Impact
September 7, 2017

Throughout his career, Wagner has focused on problems of literacy in the developing world through applied research and advising international agencies, governments, and non-profits. 

 

  • Global Impact
August 24, 2017

The Penn GSE graduate received a fellowship from the U.S. Department of State to teach English in Mexico.

 

  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Global Impact
February 10, 2017

As the world becomes more connected, people from different countries, who speak different languages, need to find ways to communicate. Yumi Matsumoto examines how people from diverse backgrounds use English as a lingua franca to bridge these linguistic and cultural divides.

 

  • Global Impact
September 19, 2016

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

 

  • Global Impact
July 11, 2016

Ravitch’s research allows her to work closely with other scholars in India’s educational systems, as well as travel extensively across the country to assess India’s diverse educational contexts in order to offer advice that will guide policy.

 

  • Global Impact
June 28, 2016

The eSchool 360 program in rural Zambia uses strength of Penn GSE's quantitative methods research to inform the Impact Network's schools. 

 

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