Research

August 25th, 2021
Students celebrate graduation at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Students celebrate graduation at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Study: Give incoming college students better, more comprehensive supports

A series of seven new reports shows the potential of comprehensive college transition programs, when implemented effectively.

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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.

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June 16th, 2021

Scholar’s research into homelessness finds flawed supports for students

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

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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.

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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

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November 24th, 2020
A survey of college presidents finds concern about public trust in admissions.

Survey on college admissions finds leaders have mixed reactions

Many college presidents haven’t taken much action in response to high-profile college admissions incidents.

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November 5th, 2020
Tatiana Melguizo
Dr. Tatiana Melguizo

Community college reform is working, but there’s much to do

Reform expert Tatiana Melguizo discusses community college legislation

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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

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August 19th, 2020

Brain study suggests how students learn from mistakes

An fMRI-based study of error-monitoring suggests how students might better learn from mistakes

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August 11th, 2020
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Why Muslim college students need more institutional support

A new book examines the legal and cultural issues Muslim students face

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