Ryan Baker received the 2018 Educational Research Award from the Council of Scientific Society Presidents.
Penn GSE has received $8.6 M in 2018 to support its teacher education programs, including grants for student scholarships and the development of innovative coursework and fieldwork for the School’s Urban Teacher Apprenticeship Program (UTAP).
Penn GSE's Ebony Elizabeth Thomas says 2018 saw a leap in realistic portrayals of diverse characters in books aimed at early independent readers.
Penn GSE’s Ryan Baker co-authored the study, which raises questions about how schools are using technology.
Speaking on WHYY's Radio Times, Nelson Flores said that all educators can place value on language diversity in their classrooms.
Penn GSE’s Richard Ingersoll chronicles a surge in teacher hiring and continued instability in the profession in his new report.
Penn GSE doctoral student Juan Miguel “Miggy” Andres is conducting pioneering research on massive open online courses and how to increase students’ completion rates.
The Weiss Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows will receive support and mentoring beginning in the fall of 2019.
Caroline Watts told the Philadelphia Inquirer that parents need to think about their child’s unique development.
Students from Kensington Health Sciences Academy have helped give Penn GSE’s teacher apprentices an introduction to Philadelphia.
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