October 3rd, 2018
Prof. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang (left) speaks alongside Linda Darling-Hammond at the 2018 IMBES Conference. The two scholars, along with PhD student Christina Krone, recently published a report through the Aspen Institute on integrating science into the education field. (Photo/Ross Brenneman)

At neuroscience convening, education impact is top of mind

Conference presses need for classrooms and science to connect

Posted in Research
September 25th, 2018
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Report: Public colleges are hindering black student success

A new report from the USC Race and Equity Center examines how public higher education treats black students, and finds states lacking

Posted in Research
July 17th, 2018

USC to investigate school choice policies under $10 million grant

New federally funded center creates a national partnership of school choice scholars

Posted in Research
July 11th, 2018
Zoë Corwin, associate research professor

Skate culture surrounds us. But how well do we understand it?

A grant from the Tony Hawk Foundation will support study of skateboarding, schools and society

Posted in Research
July 5th, 2018

To keep students in math, new project targets teacher PD

A $1.4 million federal grant will support a USC Rossier effort to improve professional development

Posted in Research
June 27th, 2018

In grad school admissions, whom you know still matters a lot

A new study of top PhD programs finds “networks of trust” remain strong

Posted in Research
June 27th, 2018

Report finds lingering challenges around state funding formula

A new survey of superintendents shows broad support for Local Control Funding Formula, but also desire for modifications

Posted in Research
June 6th, 2018

Study: Los Angeles Unified closing equity gaps in school discipline

As the district layered on new policies over the past decade, suspensions fell

Posted in Research
March 27th, 2018

How much is technology helping to get students to college?

A new report from the Pullias Center looks at the effectiveness of digital tools

Posted in Research
March 15th, 2018

Colleges must broaden support of Black male athletes, study finds

New report shows persistent disparities in graduation rates and representation on campus

Posted in Research, Rossier News