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University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

Details: Penn GSE by the Numbers. #1 Graduate School of Education. Nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report. 108 Years of innovating in education. Founded in 1914, we are one of the oldest schools of education. 1,300 Average student …

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M.S.Ed. in Education Entrepreneurship Penn GSE

Details: What Sets Us Apart. 1st. The world’s 1st master’s degree or dual-degree M.S.Ed./MBA in Education Entrepreneurship. 4 Schools @ Penn …

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Master's in Higher Education Penn GSE

Details: Explore higher education and be ready to shape university life though administration, leadership, and research. In one year, the Higher Education master's program gives people in the early stages of their higher education …

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Penn GSE’s Celebration of Educators honors 6 alumni, …

Details: On a day filled with celebration and crucial conversation, Penn GSE honored six alumni and highlighted the importance of college access. Part of Penn’s Alumni Weekend, Penn GSE’s annual Celebration of Educators took place on Saturday, May 14, and offered an afternoon of in-person events. The program's first panel, “Voices in Education

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DACA recipients have thrived in school and work, but new …

Details: In the decade since President Barack Obama initiated the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protected undocumented young adults from deportation, studies and anecdotal evidence show that many people enrolled in the program have achieved professional, educational, and financial success.

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The Penn GSE Magazine

Details: 1970s. Myrna Skobel Agris, CW’63, GED’73, GRD’79, has been promoted to vice president at Morgan Stanley in Houston, TX.. Amy Pollack, GED’74, wrote The Adventures of Jelly Bean (Austin Macauley, 2022). The book follows the ups and downs of life at home and at school for fourth-grader Jelly Bean and her beloved dog, Roger-Over.

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Gender Inclusion in Educational Research, Practice, and …

Details: For this special edition of Perspective on Urban Education, which focuses on listening to youth in all of their layers and complexity, I asked my niece, Lena Ravitch (she/her/hers), to write about what she wishes the research community, and education community moer broadly, knew about non-binary and trans people and populations given her experience as a trans woman.

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Volume 19 Issue 2 (Spring 2022) Penn GSE Perspectives …

Details: Laughter as an Antidote to the Pandemic: A Jewish Perspective. General Submission. Maya Glick - 11th Grade. The Leffell School; Hartsdale, NY.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban …

Details: 2020 is commonly known as the year of two pandemics: COVID-19 and racism. Joan Didion once wrote: “Life changes in the instant—the ordinary instant.”

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Reflections on the Pandemic Penn GSE Perspectives on …

Details: When I reflect on my experience, I realize that this low point spurred me to begin therapy and the process of self-development that I would not have started without the pandemic. I am still working on it today. Both stress and the reality of COVID-19 still exist too, but now, I have greater knowledge of myself and how to manage overwhelming fears.

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Letter from the Faculty Advisor Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban …

Details: May 25, 2022. Dear Perspectives on Urban Education Readers,. This Perspectives on Urban Education End-of-Year Youth Voices Edition marks over two years since the COVID-19 pandemic sent the world inside with quarantine, social distancing, and shelter-in-place orders.Educators still feel the impact of the pandemic acutely as they continue to face …

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Youth Editor's Note Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: The Perspectives on Urban Education End-of-Year Youth Voices Edition is a collection of youth essays, reflections, and poems that, individually and together, foreground and uplift the diverse voices of our generation at this time of unprecedented change and growth. The reflections in Youth Voices express the individualized struggles and unique

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A Painting of a Pandemic Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban …

Details: All those times are blurred into the mess of brown color splattered all across the painting of the pandemic. Those were the times when the thought that every student was experiencing the same strenuous situations sustained me. It all changed midway through 2021. Masks became optional. People took them off.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: The time until I had to return to school ticked down. The day had finally arrived. Worried and scared out of my mind, I went to school. To my surprise, the day came, and it went. No biggie. To my surprise, it was not nearly as bad as I had dreaded for the weeks to come. Transitioning to a new school, and nonetheless, during a pandemic, can feel

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: I wait at the door with my earbuds in my ears, quiet enough to hear the music and the bell. I am ready to dart out the door to speed walk out of the total mayhem that will go down when the bell rings. Slowly I start to hear the ringing of the bell through the loudspeaker. I swing the door open and start my journey to the cafeteria, specifically

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: The Zoom structure made it impossible for teachers to prevent students from using their devices or notes, so every used them. While this ability to slack off and not put much effort into school was good for online school, it made it difficult to transition back to in-person. After online school ended and we returned to in-person learning, the

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Luke Brightcliffe - 10th GradeSpringfield Township High School; Philadelphia, PA. It was 6:26 am on a Wednesday morning. I had just stumbled out of bed, ready to go back to school. Unlike most kids, I was excited to wake up and go to school. I couldn't wait to be wandering through the halls of this new high school.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Wonder and naive excitement, restoring the fibers of your youth. The bristles on your forearm are elevated. Thunder counts your steps, cheering you on. Surprise, woken child. Your legs don’t tire in the chilling tempest. Your faith reflects in the puddles, your mobile being trusting in itself. Self sufficiency floods your mind, they don't

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Student Reflection. In the fall of 2019, I cowered with the rest of society as tiny armies of microbes ran rampant and took the world hostage. It was quite an interesting experience, to say the least. I believe that this is the first time that the entire world was forced to band together in the face of a global crisis to try and stop the spread

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: She needs to get up, too, because she takes much longer to get herself ready for our first day of school photos, even if we have to wear masks. “Brooks, when you’re ready, we can FaceTime Cort. It’s early, and she’s still sleeping up at college,” Mom laughed. I heard a slight sadness in Mom’s voice; me and her both needed just a bit

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Not everyone was mentally or physically prepared for the many changes that happened in these past two years. I am one of those people. I was not ready for the big shift from virtual to in-person. I had become more reserved throughout the quarantine, and I kept to myself. I isolated in my room, talking to maybe one person every other week.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: This quarantine changed people's lives. Big challenges arose in students' lives. We were forced to learn at home, distantly, to prevent contact of infected people with healthy ones. Also, many changes were in the lives of our parents, who were still working no matter what. I will share my mom's work routine, experiences, and school life.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: The look you get when he wants to sub you in. His eyes were squinted, and he waved his hand to tell me to go in. There were six minutes left, and I was ready for my first goal. I got the ball behind the net, made a move to the net, got a shot off, and missed wide right. I …

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Restriction Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Anytime I did eat over 800 calories I felt so much guilt. The guilt was physically and mentally eating me up, every night I would cry into my pillow wishing I looked different. Anytime someone offered me food I refused. My family was always commenting on how skinny I looked but from my perspective, I saw a wide girl.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Additionally, I took it upon myself to oversee my ten-year-old brother's online education since he struggled academically and emotionally. I helped him organize his assignments and find productive things to do in his free time so that he didn't feel so socially isolated. I am happy that I had the opportunity to spend that time with my brothers

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: As a social butterfly who loves to be surrounded by people and craves adventure, all my favorite things were taken away. While some people strive to adjust to working remotely, educating their children, and getting food through Instacart, others are obligated to be infected and kept on the " front line" to keep our civilization operating.

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: On March 10th, 2020, quarantine started for me. I came down with a mild cold, but all of the talk about this "wide-spreading virus" called corona paranoid my parents, so I quarantined.

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THESPACEBETWEENWORDS Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban …

Details: First there’s the space between you and the rest of the world. Then, there’s the space between you and the other side of the continent. The space between you and other people began to cross our minds as a 6-feet social distancing precaution was put in place. The chaos of noticing how much space had been present this entire time started to

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Reflection of Experience of School Reentry and Transition in the

Details: In the context of education, meteoric changes have occurred throughout school systems. Classroom desks are more spaced out for most individuals, school lunches are different, masks are still required around campus, and contracting the virus will put you out of school for five or more days. Thus, the rethinking of education that has been in

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Radical Self-Care for Educators through Radical Student Check-Ins

Details: One core experience in education, for an educator, is the growth and development of students. While some educational leaders remain in the classroom, those who have chosen roles outside of being a teacher can get distracted by the political and economic impact of education and detour necessary professional reflection time on the experiences of

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Student Reflection Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: The classes were divided—one half was in class, and the other half was online. It was a little weird, but it was much better than doing everything virtually. There were many rules about COVID, and there were a lot of activities that we could not do because of it. It was really annoying, but we got used to it.

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Laughter as an Antidote to the Pandemic: A Jewish Perspective

Details: We learn the name of the first Jewish child in the Book of Genesis, chapter 21, verse 6. There, Abraham and Sarah named their son Isaac–"Yitzchak" in Hebrew–derived from …

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GA, Office of the University Registrar

Details: Job Description. Site Information. As part of Student Registration and Financial Services (SRFS), the Office of the University Registrar (OUR) supports students and departments during registration, reserves classrooms for courses and academic events, schedules final exams, records and reports enrollment and final grades, issues transcripts, and verifies enrollment and …

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The Tragedy In Taboo And Tears Penn GSE Perspectives on …

Details: For my sanity I hold so dear. My feet rolling against the sands of time in. an hourglass so grand these moments of. mine preserved in a gentle hand. All that. has been and all that has not. it is all gone now, indeed it’s been lost. My eyes like a king, hopeful yet hopeless. through my lips a …

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Research Representation in Flux: COVID as Chrysalis

Details: Understanding the ways we’ve changed is an important consideration when researchers query and represent us, now and in the future. The metaphor I use to describe the COVID-19 experience is a chrysalis—the protective outer layer or covering of a pupa, a sheltered stage of growth. While growing in a chrysalis is intense (the organism

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Student Poem Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education

Details: Student Poem. Simona Badaawi - 9th Grade. Harlem Academy; Harlem, NY. A caged butterfly does not need to contemplate her physical cage. She needs to contemplate the cage she has chosen to build within her self. Freedom is a choice, no matter and no matter. I Wonder.

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