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Join the three most recent McGraw Prize winners for conversations about lessons from their transformational work.

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Join a webinar with 2023 McGraw Prize winner Dr. David Wilson, president of Morgan State University and a leader in advocating for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

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The prize is an amazing opportunity to recognize outstanding innovators working in non-traditional educational and learning settings. Golden discusses the importance of this category, the work of inaugural winner Barbara Oakley, and more.

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Dr. Barbara Oakley discusses cultivating a lifelong learning mindset on a recent Coursera podcast.

From left, Harold McGraw III, Penn GSE Dean Katharine Strunk, David Wilson, Deborah Durado, Barbara Oakley, Robert McGraw, Suzanne McGraw, and Catalyst @ Penn GSE's Michael Golden at the McGraw Prize celebration on November 8.
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As they accepted their Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prizes in Education on November 8 at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York City, Debra Duardo, David Wilson, and Barbara Oakley each reflected on their lives, and how these questions have pushed them forward.

Prize Winner News

The 2022 McGraw Prize winner now leads Penn GSE’s McGraw Center for Educational Leadership.

Terry McGraw standing outside of the Penn GSE building
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Harold McGraw III discusses how education can evolve to meet the moment.

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Debra Duardo, David Wilson, and Barbara Oakley selected for outstanding achievement in pre-K–12, higher education, and lifelong learning.

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Dr. Roy Pea examines the implications of distributed intelligence for the design of educational systems, learning technologies, and the conduct of everyday life.

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President Dunn discusses the moral imperative for public and private institutions to expand access to the benefits of higher education to the indigenous people of the United States and the uniquely holistic approach to student success that institutions must take to be successful.

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Dr. Cheryl Logan shares how to prepare for successful and effective leadership when the context is chaos—including socio-political strife, workforce challenges, and rapidly evolving instructional shifts.

McGraw Family posing with Penn GSE Dean Pam Grossman in front of the Penn GSE building
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$16.25 million will create a new center for educational leadership and continue the McGraw Prize.
 

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We honored the 2022 McGraw Prize winners, Cheryl Logan (Omaha Public Schools), Barry Dunn (South Dakota State University), and Roy Pea (Stanford University), with an in-person celebration at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York City on November 3, 2022.

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A Town Hall discussion on the future of educational leadership moderated by Penn GSE Dean Pam Grossman.

Headshots of the 2022 McGraw Prize Winners
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Dr. Cheryl Logan, Dr. Barry Dunn and Dr. Roy Pea selected for outstanding achievement in pre-K-12, higher education and learning science research.

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Doug and Lynn Fuchs detail the process of combining peer-mediated learning and complementary structured small-group and one-to-one interventions to synergistically impact students’ academic outcomes and social well-being.

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Carol D. Lee discusses how transformational conceptions of what supports robust learning challenge the assumptions that undergird the ways we design schooling environments to support learning.

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Professor Baraniuk discusses the past, present, and future of the open access education movement, from Connexions to Coursera, and from OpenStax College to edX.

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Graesser discusses with Penn GSE’s Ryan Baker how artificial intelligence can simulate conversation and advance learning for adults.