This article by Time cites Shaun Harper's report that examined disciplinary action in 13 states, finding that black students are suspended and expelled at much higher rates than their percentage of the student population.
Yasmin Kafai will help design an educational version of the Microbial Design Studio, a new genetic engineering machine, for high schools and community colleges.
In this podcast, Nelson Flores says Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine's fluency in Spanish appeals more to white liberals than Latino voters.
Nelson Flores says bilingual education, once opposed in America's recent past, is "now... framed as something that's good for all children—something that can help people get jobs as part of the global economy."
Pam Grossman discusses educational disruption's potential consequences for children, and offered ideas for research-supported reform in education.
Finney said Clinton needs to get state support for college affordability proposal.
Jonathan Supovitz explains the reasons why Common Core's future is looking more and more uncertain.
"I think...both Senator Sanders and Secretary Clinton understood this is a movement to be taken seriously," says Shaun Harper in a video report.
"You can call Philadelphia and they'll say they've had shortages all year," says Richard Ingersoll, "[b]ut call up Lower Merion and they'll say they have a waiting list three miles long."
“They came; they conquered very little; and now they face substantially diminished prospects,” says Bob Zemsky.
Joni Finney cited on cost of college in analysis of Clinton's higher education policy proposal.
According to Joni Finney's College Affordability Diagnosis, it’s almost impossible to work one’s way through state college without incurring debt.
In this Q&A, Marybeth Gasman discusses her book, Educating a Diverse Nation: Lessons From Minority-Serving Institutions.
An analysis of Connecticut's ranking in Joni Finney's College Affordability Diagnosis report.
Penn AHEAD's Alan Ruby comments on the Brexit vote's potential impact on higher education in the UK.
At AAUP, Shaun Harper decided to crowdsource inspiration for his keynote on faculty members' role and responsibilities regarding classroom conversations about race.
"Money alone is not enough," says Laura Perna, commenting on college promise scholarship programs.
In this op-ed, Torch Lytle asks: What are the implications of charter-school growth for the city?
The Stanford University sexual assault case raises crucial issues about gender, class and race, writes Marybeth Gasman.
Penn GSE will be involved in providing counseling and social work services for the center as part of the Penn Futures Project.
Shaun Harper comments on takeaways from the past year of campus activism.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the potential ramafications of changes to North Carolina's higher education system.
"Employers need to have a much larger view" of the types of engineering programs they support and recruit from, says Marybeth Gasman.
In this op-ed, Matthew Hartley ponders how prestigious (and pricey) colleges can justify their course costs.
“Students are starting to see that some of the assurances made to them [by university administrators] are not real,” says Shaun Harper.
This feature cites Shaun Harper's study on the black male graduation gap for college student-athletes.
Shaun Harper comments on some unintended consequences of pushing all students toward college.
New reports from IRHE and Penn AHEAD are cited in this article on the cost of college.
In response to her new study, Joni Finney comments on college affordability in Maryland and Virginia.