K-12 Ed Policy

July 18th, 2017

Training teachers to use a new program? Go slow, study finds

New research from USC Rossier shows teachers should learn a program thoroughly before they can tailor it

Posted in Research, Rossier News
May 25th, 2017

Leading math education experts gather to form national research agenda

Scholars sorted through knowledge gaps and created plans of action

Posted in Research, Rossier News
May 3rd, 2017

Calif. districts see mixed successes under new funding law, study finds

New research led by Julie Marsh and other members of a research group reveals complexities of policy

Posted in Research, Rossier News
March 21st, 2017

Research into district one-to-one programs leads to award for PhD student

Ayesha Hashim’s dissertation is recognized by Association for Education Finance & Policy

January 12th, 2017

USC Rossier professors recognized in rankings of public scholar influence

Tierney, Polikoff, Strunk and Bensimon impacting education policy and practice

Posted in Awards, Rossier News
December 7th, 2016

Rossier to host Education Writers Association seminar on charter schools

The seminar brings journalists to USC from across the country

September 21st, 2016

$1 million gift established to boost effectiveness of K-5 math instruction

The Joan Herman and Richard Rasiej Mathematics Initiative will explore strategies to support current teachers

September 13th, 2016
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Parents lack knowledge of how their children’s schools are funded, new poll finds

More than half of the people surveyed by the PACE/USC Rossier poll—and nearly half of those with school-age kids—say they are unaware of the state’s Local Control Funding Formula

Posted in Research, Rossier News
September 8th, 2016
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Voters are holding their local public schools in higher regard, new poll shows

The fifth annual PACE/USC Rossier Poll finds that voters’ perceptions of local public schools have reached the highest level of confidence since the poll began. Voters also expressed strong support and empathy for teachers.

Posted in Research, Rossier News
July 19th, 2016
Dr. Julie Marsh
Dr. Julie Marsh

Marsh leads study to improve equity of resources in California districts

New grants expand research on Local Control Funding Formula

Posted in Research, Rossier News