SESP in the Media: September 2017

SESP in the Media: September 2017

facultyAn ongoing, monthly roundup of appearances in the news media by School of Education and Social Policy faculty, researchers, and our community:


Pacific Standard

September 27, 2017

Do we need to rethink what college means? (features research by James Rosenbaum)


The 74 Million

September 20, 2017

Want All Students to Learn? Make Sure Their Teachers Get Great Content for Their Classrooms (features research by Kirabo Jackson)


The Guardian

September 17, 2017

Trump and the Fox & Friends show. Think ego, not news (features Dan McAdams)


Teen Vogue

September 15, 2017

Children Born in September May Have an Advantage in School (features research by David Figlio)



Newsweek

September 15, 2017

Being born in September means you’re smarter than everyone else, according to this study (features research by David Figlio)


The Atlantic

September 14, 2017

The Controversy Behind Chicago's Diploma Mandate (quotes Northwestern Academy's Anna Rodriguez)


Daily Kos

September 14, 2017

Odds & ends from the news for your Minimum Daily Requirement of eye-rolling and headshaking (features Dan McAdams)



Deccan Chronicle (India)

September 14, 2017

Researchers reveal month most successful people are born (features research by David Figlio)


The Guardian

September 14, 2017

It's an alpha male thing: What dominant chimpanzees and Donald Trump have in common (features Dan McAdams)


The Wall Street Journal

September 12, 2017

The Government's Role in Combating Loneliness (features Emma Adam)

By Julie Deardorff
Last Modified: 9/28/17