Penn’s Project for Philosophy for the Young
Advancing Philosophy Education in the Philadelphia Region
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Philadelphia Ethics Bowl
More on the Philly Ethics Bowl: The Penn Today website has an article reporting on the Ethics Bowl competition hosted at Penn on February 8th. Please take a look! Shortly after this article went to press the winner of the bowl, the Masterman team, went on to compete in a play-off with a winner of a Baltimore-based regional bowl. We are excited to report that Masterman won! As a result, the team will travel to the National Finals in April, hosted at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Links: The Philly Ethics Bowl...
Report from the Philadelphia High School Ethics Bowl: We are excited to report that the inaugural Philadelphia Regional High School Ethics Bowl took place on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 at the Perry World House on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. Six teams of high school students from across the Philadelphia School District took part, engaging in a fun and challenging competition that uses critical thinking skills to foster a collaborative exploration of important ethical issues. The students were well-prepared...
P4Y to Present at Upcoming Philosophy of Education Conference: Dustin Webster, Allauren Forbes, and Michael Vazquez will be presenting a panel at the Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, March 6-9 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. They will be discussing various initiatives of Penn’s Program for Philosophy for the Young. An emphasis of the session will be how Penn’s P4Y programming is driven by what we view as the ethical imperative to bring philosophy to underserved and marginalized populations of students. While the...
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We are grateful recipients of a grant from the Penn School of Arts and Sciences’ Making a Difference in Diverse Communities Initiative. We also thank the Netter Center for Community Partnerships, the Graduate School of Education, the Teachers Institute of Philadelphia, the Penn Carey Law School, and the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy for their support.