Research

February 7th, 2018

Parents approve of Calif. school quality measures, poll finds

Results from the sixth annual USC Rossier/PACE poll also found support for increasing school funding

Posted in Research
January 10th, 2018

Policy agenda offers path to helping homeless LGBTQ students

A new paper creates policy and research suggestions to solve a wicked problem

Posted in Research
January 8th, 2018

Common core’s future draws eyes to USC Rossier professor

Article by Morgan Polikoff ranks fifth on AERA’s 2017 list of most-read papers

Posted in Research
September 8th, 2017

Collaboration offers path to keeping students in STEM classes

With attrition high for low-income students and students of color, USC Rossier study finds successes

Posted in Research
July 18th, 2017

Training teachers to use a new program? Go slow, study finds

New research from USC Rossier shows teachers should learn a program thoroughly before they can tailor it

Posted in Research, Rossier News
May 25th, 2017

Leading math education experts gather to form national research agenda

Scholars sorted through knowledge gaps and created plans of action

Posted in Research, Rossier News
May 3rd, 2017

Calif. districts see mixed successes under new funding law, study finds

New research led by Julie Marsh and other members of a research group reveals complexities of policy

Posted in Research, Rossier News
April 3rd, 2017

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
March 21st, 2017

Research into district one-to-one programs leads to award for PhD student

Ayesha Hashim’s dissertation is recognized by Association for Education Finance & Policy

March 7th, 2017
Photo credit: Image by USC Photo/Gus Ruelas

Ranking colleges by academic value could face many obstacles, new study finds

Selection bias is real, and powerful

Posted in Research, Rossier News