Graduate School of Education

Learning to be a Chief Learning Officer

The Graduate School of Education’s Chief Learning Officer program has a new director, Raghu Krishnamoorthy. The program gives working executives new skills, connections, and expertise to become scholar-practitioners.

Louisa Shepard

Projects for Progress, two years in

An Oct. 17 event celebrated six teams of Penn students, faculty, and staff working to promote equity and inclusion in Philadelphia by addressing health care, education, and systemic racism as part of the Projects for Progress.

Kristina García

Penn GSE makes math meaningful for West Philly kids

The Responsive Math Teaching project, currently funded by the National Science, has kids in West Philly schools engaging in the work, rather than passively completing it, through summer “math festivals.”

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In the News


Philadelphia Inquirer

New Pa. standardized test scores show students haven’t rebounded since the pandemic

Jonathan Supovitz of the Graduate School of Education explains why he isn’t surprised by Pennsylvania students’ continuing low scores on standardized tests.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Affirmative action is about diversity. But campuses won’t allow diverse opinions about it

In an Op-Ed, Jonathan Zimmerman of the Graduate School of Education urges universities to encourage open and honest dialogues about affirmative action.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Josh Shapiro’s victory in Pennsylvania gubernatorial race could bolster school funding

Ericka S. Weathers of the Graduate School of Education discusses whether Josh Shapiro’s platform and track record will lead him to support schools as Pennsylvania governor.

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The New York Times

A writer’s post and its consequences divide Latin American literary circles

Sigal Ben-Porath of the Graduate School of Education says that the vehemence of discourse on transgender issues makes sense given the hate speech and misapprehensions previously faced by trans people.

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The New York Times

A writer’s post and its consequences divide Latin American literary circles

Sigal Ben-Porath of the Graduate School of Education says that the vehemence of discourse on transgender issues makes sense given the hate speech and misapprehensions previously faced by trans people.

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