April 14, 2016
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When Andrew Biros, C’10, GED’12, undertook his student-teaching assignment in Penn GSE’s Teacher Education Program, he found that too many of his pupils at University City High School in Philadelphia did not expect to be active participants in the classroom.

  • Education Policy & Analysis
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016
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To Helen Gym, C’93, GED’96, if the quality of American public education is at stake, so are the values at the heart of our democracy.

 

  • Education Policy & Analysis
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016
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Learn how a Penn GSE professor trains students and educators in racial literacy—the skills to identify and resolve racially stressful social interactions.

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Teaching & Learning
April 14, 2016
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Learn how Penn GSE alumni are addressing insufficient funding, unidentified learning needs, poverty, and gaps in educational quality and availability.

  • Education Policy & Analysis
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
February 15, 2016
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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. 

 

  • Teaching & Learning
December 23, 2015
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Thomas’ selections highlight the best storytelling of the year that deals with issues like gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, and socioeconomic class in ways that are real and empathetic.

 

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Teaching & Learning
December 17, 2015
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Stacy R. Gill-Phillips one of ten primary and secondary school administrators across the country named as finalists for the 2015 the Escalante-Gradillas Best in Education Prize from TheBestSchools.org.  

 

  • Teaching & Learning
December 11, 2015
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For the last decade, the Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence & Equity has created a space for middle and high school students to find their voice. 

 

  • Philadelphia Impact
  • Teaching & Learning
December 1, 2015
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Grid magazine profiles Philadelphia’s Maker Jawn project, and Yasmin Kafai’s role supporting a new generation of creators.

 

  • Philadelphia Impact
  • Teaching & Learning
November 10, 2015
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In the NYT, Ebony Thomas states that the book A Fine Dessert presents a “degrading” depiction of an enslaved African-American mother and daughter in 1810 South Carolina. 

 

  • Race, Equity & Inclusion
  • Teaching & Learning

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