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USC Rossier joins new USC Center for Generative AI and Society
New Center will explore the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on culture, education, media and society.
Paying it forward
The Andrew Nikou Foundation backs a crowdsourcing model that seeks solutions to education problems.
The pandemic changed their jobs overnight. How did education technology leaders manage?
USC Rossier alumni share how they led their districts out of crisis and into a brighter, more plugged-in future.
For some students, technology is a barrier. Here’s what STEM educators can do about it.
Editor’s note: Dieuwertje J. Kast EdD ’20 is an alumna of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program, where she studied with three of her mentors, professors Anthony Maddox...
Five teachers share the personal experiences that motivate them
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have been forced to navigate numerous challenges. From managing remote learning to addressing the social-emotional needs of students, the ability to pivot became an essential...
Gamifying the virtual classroom
The pandemic has educators turning to digital tools to increase engagement, but how can we ensure these technologies are accessible for all students?
As teachers go online for lesson plans, study finds reasons for caution
New research from USC Rossier shows a lack of quality in materials downloaded from popular sites Many teachers supplement their curricular materials with lessons they find online. But new research...
Maintaining a competitive edge requires equity
Underrepresentation in STEM subjects is higher education’s shame.
Accelerate, innovate, educate
USC Rossier’s EdVentures fosters tech innovators seeking to improve education.