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  1. Rossier News

    USC Rossier 'Data Party' focused on urban teaching and equity

    USC Rossier’s first “Data Party” featured guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade. His presentation shared outcomes of his ethnographic research conducted in Los Angeles. He identified three distinct dispositions of educators...

  2. Rossier News

    Charter movement leader announced as USC Rossier commencement speakers

    Don Shalvey EdD ’95, deputy director at the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation and co-founder and board chair of Aspire Public Schools, was announced as the 2012 Commencement Speaker for the...

  3. Rossier News

    Leadership and diversity

    USC Rossier Faculty Council’s Diversity Committee is charged with: supporting dialogue with faculty about issues of diversity and equity, and seeking faculty input about new and ongoing priorities; working with...

  4. Faculty News

    Leading from the bottom

    About 10 years ago, in my leadership course, one student said: “I really enjoy the concepts we are learning about, but everything is focused on principals, superintendents, college presidents and...

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  5. Rossier News

    New doctoral program prepares executives globally

    Futures: Why is it so critical for an education leader in this era to have a global understanding and global perspective?

  6. Giving

    Higher Ed center named in honor of Pullias

    A bequest from the Pullias Family estate has established the newly named Earl and Pauline Pullias Center for Higher Education at the USC Rossier School of Education. The center previously...

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  7. Rossier News

    Rossier MAT program team wins Weintraub Faculty Prize

    Four faculty members from the USC Rossier School of Education Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program comprise the winning team of the first Weintraub Faculty Prize for innovative use...

  8. Research

    Repetition does not add up for Math students

    What are children being taught in math classes today? According to a new paper by USC Rossier School of Education assistant professor Morgan Polikoff, the answer is a whole lot...

  9. Rossier News

    CHEPA & Game Innovation lab pioneer college knowledge game

    $1 Million Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant is added to previous funding Researchers at USC’s Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis and the University’s Game Innovation Lab will soon...

  10. Rossier News

    Inventive ways to intrigue kids

    Dr. Gary Scott, Associate Professor of Clinical Education, is using the wonder of invention to spark an interest in STEM among local Los Angeles Unified School District students. His idea...