February 1st, 2017

New research center will tackle diversity, social justice issues

Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole will begin work with survey of Muslim experiences

January 11th, 2017

New USC Race & Equity Center to be led by Shaun Harper

One of the country’s foremost scholars on campus climate will be returning to USC Rossier in July

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December 19th, 2016

Center launches project to improve equity models

The initiative from the Center for Urban Education will be funded through two major new grants

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November 15th, 2016

New Research Lecture Series to focus on equity

Researchers from across the United States will present their work on topics related to equity, access and persistence

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November 1st, 2016

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

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October 21st, 2016

New research center envisions the Internet of Things applied to personalized learning

A joint center between USC Rossier and USC Viterbi might make the ‘Internet of Things’ a staple of K-12 classrooms.

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October 21st, 2016

Two more professors join Rossier, adding expertise in language learning and motivation

In total, five new faculty members are starting at the school this year

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October 4th, 2016

Immordino-Yang selected for a major national Aspen Institute initiative

The Council of Distinguished Scientists is comprised of two-dozen of the nation’s foremost education scholars

September 13th, 2016
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Parents lack knowledge of how their children’s schools are funded, new poll finds

More than half of the people surveyed by the PACE/USC Rossier poll—and nearly half of those with school-age kids—say they are unaware of the state’s Local Control Funding Formula

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September 8th, 2016
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Voters are holding their local public schools in higher regard, new poll shows

The fifth annual PACE/USC Rossier Poll finds that voters’ perceptions of local public schools have reached the highest level of confidence since the poll began. Voters also expressed strong support and empathy for teachers.

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