In the wake of the test-optional movement at colleges and universities, institutions are reconsidering how they evaluate student applications.
Alumni essay: Black and Latinx students face a lack of technology preparation, leading to underrepresentation in the tech industry. Dieuwertje J. Kast EdD ‘20 outlines how STEM programs can address the problem.
Student essay: EDL student Darnell Fine on serving — and challenging — an industry with a history of marginalizing Black educators.
Alumni essay: OCL alumna Maria Cozette Akopian EdD ’20 created the first women’s leadership program offered in California State University, Los Angeles’ history. Here’s why it was necessary.
The 2021 school year is marked by unprecedented controversies. Experts across education share insights for managing sensitive issues.
A new study from the Pullias Center for Higher Education shows how institutions can better support first-generation and historically marginalized students.
USC Rossier student Maria Salgado discusses her grant, and how institutions can improve support for women in higher education.
From the pandemic to culture wars, school boards have become targets for outrage nationwide.
Data is a powerful tool for educators in K-12 settings. Here’s how it can be optimized to help students and communities, according to a superintendent.
The student loan debt crisis impacts scores of Americans, but the effects are worse for women and some marginalized populations. What can higher education do to help?