USC Rossier in the Media, May 2017

May 22, 2017

Mentions of USC Rossier faculty, students and other related news

Will pro-charter victory in Los Angeles spread to other cities?
Education Week, May 30, 2017
Larry Picus examines the narratives and outcomes surrounding a recent Los Angeles Unified School District board election.

Mizzou’s freshman enrollment has dropped by 35 percent in two years. Here’s what’s going on.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 20, 2017
Emeritus professor Don Hossler weighs in on enrollment problems at the University of Missouri.

Former foster youth bends toward success
The LA Sentinel, May 17, 2017
The LA Sentinel profiles Demontea Thompson, a recent graduate of USC Rossier’s postsecondary administration and student affairs program.

Education experts unclear how charter-school movement will shape LAUSD
CBS Los Angeles, May 17, 2017
Larry Picus discusses possible reasons for the outcome of a recent Los Angeles Unified School District board race.

UC regents to tackle hot-button issues of state audit and nonresident enrollment
Los Angeles Times, May 17, 2017
William Tierney criticizes UC for its management of funds following the publication of a critical state audit.

These are the top 10 bucket list items on singles’ lists
USA Today, May 15, 2017
Mary Andres explains why adventurousness and curiosity are traits that people may find attractive.

Toward equity and coherence? California’s funding formula in year three
Education Week, May 15, 2017
Taylor Allbright (PhD), postdoctoral scholar Michelle Hall and Julie Marsh join the other members of the Local Control Funding Formula Research Collaborative in discussing results of a new study of LCFF.

How Google took over the classroom
The New York Times, May 13, 2017
Patricia Burch offers expertise on how Google has been successful in using its products on a massive scale in public school classrooms.

Hurdles remain for California’s K-12 funding formula
Education Week, May 9, 2017
Highlights new research from Taylor Allbright (PhD), postdoctoral scholar Michelle Hall and Julie Marsh.

USC Rossier School of Education forges partnership to drive K-12 research
Campus Technology, May 8, 2017
A new collaboration between USC Rossier and Project Tomorrow will improve the reach of the annual Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning.

Facts about teens, suicide and ’13 Reasons Why’
NPR, May 5, 2017
Ron Avi Astor explains some of the psychological issues underlining the recent hit Netflix show ’13 Reasons Why.’

How do teens with limited Internet apply to college?
Fast Company, May 3, 2017
Kristan Venegas talks about the impact that limited access to high-quality internet has on high school students.

AERA: Early Results in California’s CORE Districts Give Lessons for ESSA
Education Week, May 2
Quotes Julie Marsh and Taylor Allbright of the USC Rossier School on their research examining the effectiveness of the California Office to Reform Education (CORE).