Penn GSE In the Media

CNBC | October 28, 2015
GOP talks student loans, but "none of them are going after the problem that caused this high debt," says Joni Finney.
PBS NewsHour | October 28, 2015
S.C. video shows "just a snapshot of a larger set of structural issues around discipline," says Shaun Harper. 
Yahoo Finance | October 28, 2015
"There is a broader affordability issue that the public is very concerned about," says Joni Finney.
The Wall Street Journal | October 27, 2015
Marybeth Gasman comments: “There is considerable research that shows that HBCUs provide an empowering environment free of white racism.”
NPR | October 22, 2015
The more comprehensive a mentoring program, the more likely a new teacher is to stick around, says Richard Ingersoll.
Harvard Business Review | October 20, 2015
Annie McKee of the PennCLO & Med Ed programs explains the skills required to transition into a leadership role. 
Education Week | October 19, 2015
John Fantuzzo helps build the systems that allow agencies to share student data.  
Forbes | October 14, 2015
Through the Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition, Bobbi Kurshan wants to offer a mechanism to help passionate people define good questions and test good ideas.
The Washington Post | October 14, 2015
Joan Goodman explains the problem with elaborate behavioral regimes. 
Chicago Tribune | October 13, 2015
Shaun Harper endorses GSU and PSC program in Illinois specifically intended to enable more black and Hispanic male students to attain a bachelor's degree.
Project Syndicate | October 13, 2015
Dan Wagner makes the case for universal literacy. 
Northwest Herald | October 13, 2015
Janine Remillard explains the benefits of  teachers building standards-aligned curriculum in Illinois. 
Tampa Bay Times | October 12, 2015
"National data confirm that math and science positions are the toughest teaching jobs to fill," says Richard Ingersoll.
Education Week | October 6, 2015
“We don’t have data to determine whether the seal of biliteracy is something that people actually take seriously,” says Nelson Flores.
Philadelphia Tribune | September 29, 2015
“There’s plenty of controversy over other things that have happened at Penn over the years,” says John Puckett.
The Atlantic | September 29, 2015
Marybeth Gasman comments on HBCUs welcoming increasing numbers of Latino students.  
ESPN | September 18, 2015
Shaun Harper talks to ESPN about race & college football.
The Washington Post | September 15, 2015
"Minority teachers have significantly higher quit rates than non-minority teachers. And that’s a huge problem," says Richard Ingersoll
Harvard Business Review | September 11, 2015
Stress is contagious. Annie McKee explains what to do if it's your boss that's infecting you.
Education Week | September 8, 2015
Laura Desimone weighs in on whether one can attribute K-12 gains in student achievement to a governor's policies. 
PDK International | September 1, 2015
PDK reviews Jon Supovitz's project examining the role of Twitter in the Common Core conversation.  
Chronicle of Higher Education | August 28, 2015
Marybeth Gasman comments on the  compounded impact of Katrina on HBCUs. 
NEA Today | August 26, 2015
Employee turnover is expensive. When it comes to the teacher workforce, Richard Ingersoll offers solutions.
Philadelphia Tribune | August 26, 2015
Howard Stevenson knows where to find long-term stability in a neighborhood. It might be just around the corner. 
The Atlantic | August 25, 2015
Polls are like “dipping a thermometer into a giant melting pot of American society,” says Jon Supovitz.
Education Week | August 25, 2015
Laura Perna comments on how college readiness is a complex metric.
The New York Times | August 24, 2015
Shaun Harper reveals racial disparity in school discipline across the South. 
PolitiFact.com | August 14, 2015
Joni Finney on who is being blamed for rising student debt. 
Forbes | July 29, 2015
Laura Perna on the net cost of college.  
Diverse Issues in Higher Education | July 23, 2015
Marybeth Gasman says, "If a young Ph.D. does not know how to negotiate, part of the problem is the person's Ph.D. advisor." 

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