Penn GSE In the Media

Philadelphia Inquirer | April 7, 2016
Martin Ihrig is working with the orchestra on an information-mapping project that will survey all the existing music education programs in the city   
The Conversation | March 24, 2016
Andy Porter and Morgan Polikoff of C-SAIL provide a thorough history and explanation of the Common Core State Standards.  
Harvard Business Review | March 22, 2016
Originally appearing in 2015, this article by Martin Ihrig is a 2015 McKinsey Award Finalist.  
Time | March 21, 2016
Abby Reisman suggests parents and teachers can help students “use history to make sense of the present.” 
Education Week | March 21, 2016
New CPRE study was one of the largest and most rigorous ever implemented in the field of education. 
NPR | March 16, 2016
Sports columnist Kevin Blackistone speaks with NPR's Morning Edition about Shaun Harper's new report.  
Associated Press | March 15, 2016
Shaun Harper's Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at Penn GSE finds Black male student-athletes in NCAA Power 5 schools lag in graduation rates.
Washington Post | March 14, 2016
Andy Porter, of C-SAIL, helps fact-check GOP candidates' debate answers about the Common Core.  
CBS News | March 14, 2016
Yasmin Kafai notes that it's only recently that women players have been recognized as valid gamers in the eyes of companies.   
Washington Post | March 10, 2016
In this op-ed, Shaun Harper argues that campus protestors are looking for more dialogue, not less.   
Washington Post | March 6, 2016
Sigal Ben-Porath and Joan Goodman make the case for why schools can't — and shouldn't — test for non-cognitive attributes.  
NewsWorks WHYY | March 2, 2016
In this radio piece, Marybeth Gasman talks about HBCUs and, specifically, Cheyney University in the Philadelphia suburbs. 
New Haven Register | February 26, 2016
Shaun Harper takes to the debate stage at Yale for Intelligence Squared.  
Pew Charitable Trusts Stateline | February 26, 2016
“The solution is to improve the job,” says Richard Ingersoll. 
Chronicle of Higher Education | February 19, 2016
Shaun Harper advises college leaders to take a "clear-eyed" look at the campus climate that led to the incident.  
U.S. News & World Report | February 9, 2016
Further coverage of new Pathways to the Professoriate initiative from the Center for MSIs.  
Associated Press | February 7, 2016
This story on Shaun Harper's recent study also appeared in U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Post, ABC News, and other outlets.  
Harvard Business Review | February 5, 2016
Annie McKee writes about asking the right questions to determine an applicant's emotional intelligence.  
The New York Times | February 4, 2016
Shaun Harper comments on the need for cultural competency education for teachers.  
Univision | February 1, 2016
Pathways to the Professoriate initiative will develop Latino/a students to become faculty in the humanities.  
Education Week | January 26, 2016
James "Torch" Lytle shines light on the NCAA's stranglehold on secondary education. 
Education Week | January 22, 2016
Matthew Steinberg discusses what the study could mean for future policy choices.  
NPR's All Things Considered | January 22, 2016
Thomas says children are ready to talk about race, slavery, and Black Lives Matter.  
Fortune | January 20, 2016
Wagner, UNESCO chair in learning and literacy, comments on value of considering illiteracy a foundational social problem.  
Brookings | January 19, 2016
John Fantuzzo of Penn GSE and Dennis Culhane of Penn's School of Social Policy & Practice discuss their Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy initiative.  
Philadelphia Inquirer | January 11, 2016
Jon Supovitz comments on the impact of teacher shortages.  
The Washington Post | January 8, 2016
NFL agent Donald Yee cites Shaun Harper's 2013 study on black male student athletes to make his case.  
Education Week | January 6, 2016
Ten Penn GSE professors named to Rick Hess's list of influential education scholars.  
BBC News | December 23, 2015
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas comments on the new Harry Potter, noting "a definite shift towards what she calls colour blind casting." 
L.A. Times | December 17, 2015
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas reviews four books that are particularly well suited for sparking rich discussions with children and adults. 

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