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  1. Student Story

    Global EdD student commits to retelling the story of the Alamo—the good, the bad and the ugly

    As executive director of the Alamo Trust, Kate Rogers is putting her research on contested histories into practice.

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  2. Educator Tips

    Democracy Project piloting new curricula with California civics teachers

    Q&A with Robert Medrano EDL ’20, Democracy Project program specialist, on curriculum development

  3. Alumni Story

    Working to close the achievement gap

    USC Rossier faculty, alumni and students gathered in the Bay Area.

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  4. Faculty News

    Gale M. Sinatra, USC Rossier professor, elected to the National Academy of Education

    Expert in climate science education joins the foremost organization in education policy and practice

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  5. Education News

    Why superintendents should lean into their unique experiences

    Superintendents are more educated than ever before. But as challenges in education grow and demands of the job intensify, experience has become increasingly valuable. Janice Jackson, Austin Beutner and Richard...

  6. Rossier News

    How can education leaders break through the challenges of today?

    Meeting the demands of the post-pandemic era will require new skills and preparations.

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  7. Educator Tips

    Leading with questions rather than answers

    Professor Adrian Donato EdD ’16 discusses why leaders must frame goals around the 'why.'

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  8. Student Story

    This Qatar-based Global EdD student is exploring how to embrace change in education while honoring tradition

    As director of Tariq Bin Ziad School, Maha Al Romaihi champions a bilingual curriculum that balances English language skills with a celebration of the Arabic language and Qatar’s culture.

  9. Education News

    What does leadership look like after the pandemic?

    Kindness, creativity and relationship building are among the essential skills education leaders need to break through the challenges of today.

  10. Faculty News

    ‘Having a place at the table is not enough’

    Tracy Poon Tambascia EdD ’07, newly elected president of the USC Academic Senate and USC Rossier professor of clinical education, on the importance of leaders amplifying alternative perspectives.

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