SESP in the Media: April 2020

SESP in the Media: April 2020

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


April 30, 2020

How to Navigate Your First Recession (cites Hannes Schwandt)

The Columbus Dispatch

April 27, 2020

Column: Postponing graduation could benefit some high school seniors (cites Hannes Schwandt)



April 22, 2020

The case for a massive federal aid package for states and cities (cites Kirabo Jackson)

Relevant Magazine

April 21 2020

What Will America Look Like on the Other Side of the Pandemic (cites Dan McAdams)

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

April 19, 2020

‘Remembrance is constantly evolving’: This year’s Yom Hashoah Holocaust memorials are forced online by the coronavirus (cites Danny M. Cohen)


April 16, 2020

How the American economy can recover from the coronavirus pandemic (cites Hannes Schwandt)

The Big Ten Network

April 16, 2020

How Can We Maintain Healthy Relationships in Quarantine? (interview with Claudia Haase)

The New York Times

April 15, 2020

When Older Relatives Shrug at Coronavirus Restrictions (quotes Claudia Haase)

Inside Higher Ed

April 15, 2020

Cancel This Semester. Adopt a Coronavirus Student Bill Instead(cites research by SESP Dean David Figlio and Hannes Schwandt)  

The Chronicle of Higher Education

April 10, 2020

Covid-19 Is Scrambling the Job Market for Recent Grads. Here’s How Colleges Are Trying to Respond. (quotes Hannes Schwandt) 

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

April 9, 2020

Dual Enrollment Works. But Who Is It Working For? (quotes James Rosenbaum)

Philadelphia Inquirer

April 9, 2020 

Trump’s utter lack of grief, empathy is the coronavirus dog that didn’t bark (quotes Dan McAdams)

Science Magazine

April 8, 2020

Social scientists scramble to study pandemic, in real time (quotes David Figlio) 

UCLA Anderson Review

April 8, 2020

Entering the Job Market in Recession: The Prognosis Worsens (cites research by Hannes Schwandt)  

National Public Radio

April 7, 2020 

We Couldn't Help But Wonder...Love In The Time Of Coronavirus (quotes Alexandra Solomon)


April 3, 2020

Special Report: How the COVID-19 lockdown will take its own toll on health (quotes and cites research by Hannes Schwandt)

Republished by: 

  • New York Times, 4/3

Chicago Tribune

April 1, 2020

From meal delivery to wellness checks, educators try to keep family lifelines afloat while schools are closed: ‘Shocking and sobering to see the need’  (quotes Terri Sabol)


By Julie Deardorff
Last Modified: 5/8/20