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  1. Rossier News

    Environmental justice and education: How schools can help foster a sustainable future

    Climate change conference brought together artists, activists, public officials, school board members, higher education leadership, district administrators and teachers to share their commitment to sustaining the environment.

  2. Rossier News

    What do science and racism have in common? Denial.

    Final USC Rossier Master Class for spring 2023 on Mar. 22

  3. Educator Tips

    What are higher education’s responsibilities in times of crisis?

    Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, distinguished scholar of education, globalization and migration, spoke with the USC Rossier community on Nov. 2

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  4. Educator Tips

    How educators can stem the tide of scientific illiteracy

    Editor’s note: The following content was adapted from Gale Sinatra’s 2021 USC Rossier commencement address to graduating students. Science Denial, Why it Happens and What to Do About It, a...

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  5. Educator Tips

    Teaching climate justice: Talking points for educators

    Climate justice seeks to highlight the disproportionate effects of climate change on historically marginalized populations. Many conversations around climate change understandably focus on melting ice caps and catastrophic weather. However...

  6. Education News

    Students demand action on climate change. Can schools keep up?

    Education systems aren't prepared for one of democracy's biggest threats.

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  7. Educator Tips

    Climate Change Resources for Educators

    Teachers—and the public in general—often don’t know where to start when it comes to educating themselves about climate change. Research and Insight Teaching Resources Climate Justice at USC Research and...

  8. Education News

    In case of disaster

    Leading a school district in times of disaster