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July 21st, 2021

USC’s Center EDGE announces awardees of education solutions exchange

A transformative international challenge solicited scalable strategies to help districts, schools and students coping with the pandemic.

July 8th, 2021
A new poll finds that California voters generally approve of school performance during the pandemic, but worry about students' academic success.

Poll: Calif. voters worried about pandemic’s impact on K–12 students

In the 2021 PACE/USC Rossier poll, partisanship is running high, but also widespread agreement on how to help students catch up academically.

Posted in Research
June 16th, 2021

Scholar’s research into homelessness finds flawed supports for students

Students experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles are highly mobile, and everywhere.

Posted in Research
June 10th, 2021
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona

Noguera tapped for U.S. Department of Education summit

New series will ask school leaders not to return to ‘normal’

Posted in Rossier News
May 19th, 2021
Natalie Hart waves on her way out of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during this year's USC Commencement. Hart graduated with her EdD from USC Rossier's Educational Leadership program. (USC Photo/David Sprague)

In 2021, a Commencement for the record books

USC Rossier honors two classes in an extraordinary time

Posted in Rossier News
March 19th, 2021

Schools spend millions on professional learning. How do we know it’s working?

A new study of math teacher professional development urges caution around defining effectiveness.

Posted in Research
March 17th, 2021
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Can higher education fix its social mobility issues?

A new grant-funded program envisions colleges putting more skin in the game to fix social mobility issues.

March 11th, 2021
Shaun R. Harper

Shaun R. Harper elected to National Academy of Education

The founder of USC Race and Equity Center joins one of field’s most prestigious organizations.

Posted in Awards
December 16th, 2020
A new study of Los Angeles teachers shows that access to learning remains a major issue nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic.

Teacher survey: Learning issues linger as pandemic drags on

A survey of Los Angeles teachers shows that many of the pandemic’s ongoing issues remain underaddressed

Posted in Research
October 21st, 2020
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Survey: Low-income families strained by distance learning

Multi-generational efforts are helping overcome a lack of technological proficiency

Posted in Research