In the Field

May 9th, 2019

Making an Impact

Alumna Yvonne Thevenot combines her computer science degree and Master of Arts in Teaching to run a non-profit STEM program she founded in New York.

June 13th, 2017
USC Hybrid High School graduates

New class of Hybrid High graduates turns excellence into a tradition

Following in the footsteps of the last year’s inaugural class, all of this year’s seniors earned admittance to college

Posted in Rossier News
May 31st, 2017
Reo Kobayashi

Often underestimated, student with special needs finds way to USC

Reo Kobayashi, a senior at USC Hybrid High, hasn’t let cerebral palsy stop his success

Posted in Rossier News
May 30th, 2017
Kearstie Hernandez

MAT alum Kearstie Hernandez describes a typical day as a high school chemistry teacher

MAT alum Kearstie Hernandez describes a typical day as a high school chemistry teacher

Posted in People, Rossier News
April 3rd, 2017
Mary and Daniel James

New gift to fund long-term study of college retention

Mary and Daniel James want to help researchers find out what helps first-generation college students persist

Posted in Research, Rossier News
February 17th, 2017
Maria Ott

At DSAG awards dinner, attention turns to women in school leadership

2017 DSAG Hall of Fame honoree Maria Ott emphasizes mentorship

Posted in People, Rossier News
January 12th, 2017
USC Rossier School of Education Hidden Figures screening

L.A.’s teenage girls find representation at ‘Hidden Figures’ screening

Thousands of students packed the Galen Center for a star-studded showing of Hidden Figures

November 1st, 2016
USC Rossier School of Education

Positive school climates improve learning for students in low-income families, research review finds

But researchers find wide variances in how school climate is defined, which they say is an urgent problem

Posted in Research, Rossier News
September 1st, 2016
Victor Gonzalez
English teacher Victor Gonzalez chats with students after class at the newly opened USC College Prep, Santa Ana Campus. (USC Photo/Margaret Molloy)

In Santa Ana, new USC high school aims high

Most of the students in the college prep school’s first freshman class come from the local community — and they’re feeling the faculty’s high expectations

June 13th, 2016
USC Hybrid High Graduation

USC Hybrid High Graduates First-Ever Senior Class

All graduates were accepted into at least one college, and collectively earned more than $5 million in scholarships

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