In their 2016 paper, “The Great Training Robbery,” researchers at Harvard Business School explained how the $164 billion corporations spent on corporate … Read more
Stanton E. F. Wortham, Ph.D. is the dean at Boston College Lynch School of Education. He is an award-winning teacher, scholar, and documentary film producer. A linguistic anthropologist and educational ethnographer with a particular expertise in how identities develop in human interactions, Wortham has conducted research spanning education, anthropology, linguistics, psychology, sociology, and philosophy. He spent 18 years as a professor and administrator at Penn, where he served twice as interim dean of the Graduate School of Education and won multiple awards for teaching excellence, including the University of Pennsylvania Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching.