Penn GSE's Ebony Elizabeth Thomas says 2018 saw a leap in realistic portrayals of diverse characters in books aimed at early independent readers.
The series will feature three more talks from visiting scholars in the spring semester.
Penn GSE launches HEARD: The Hub for Equity, Anti-Oppression, Research, and Development.
In a conversation co-sponsored by Penn GSE, Hill called Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing a "disservice to the American public."
Penn GSE’s Center for Minority Serving Institutions offers lessons for how leaders at any college could better engage students through social media.
Penn GSE’s Nelson Flores tells columnist Esther J. Cepeda that a narrow focus on English vocabulary has hurt children of color and immigrants.
Penn GSE's Ebony Elizabeth Thomas discusses her work exploring depictions of slavery in children’s books.
In his forthcoming book, the Collaboratory’s Ed Brockenbrough explores the unique challenges Black male teachers face.
Penn GSE's Howard Stevenson gives the Philadelphia Inquirer a few ideas.
Thomas discusses how parents and educators can guide children toward books that are diverse and real.
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