About CSET

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Pam Grossman

CSET Founding Director

Professor Grossman’s research interests include teacher education and certification; English education, literacy, and literature; and professional development. While at CSET, her research focused on classroom practice in middle-school English and Language Arts, pathways into teaching, and teacher-preparation programs for teachers, clergy, and clinical psychologists. Professor Grossman now serves as Dean of the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education. Professor Grossman received a BA in English from Yale University, an MA in Instructional Research and Curriculum Design from the University of California at Berkeley, and both an EdS in Evaluation and a PhD in Curriculum and Teacher Education from Stanford University. 

CSET Publications

Grossman, P., Loeb, S., Myung, J., Boyd, D., Lankford, H., & Wyckoff, J.,  (2012).  Learning to teach in New York City:  How teachers and schools jointly determine the implementation of a district-wide mentoring program.  In A.C. Porter, T. M. Smith, & L. M. Desmione (Eds.). National Society for the Study of Education Yearbook, 111(2). 

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