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  1. Educator Tips

    Professor Courtney Malloy PhD ’03 on bridging the gap between research and practice

    Effective collaboration between educational researchers and practitioners can help solve intractable problems in our schools and communities.

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  2. Rossier News

    USC Hybrid High turns 10

    A decade after opening its doors, the school, developed through a partnership with USC Rossier, is ranked among the state’s best.

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  3. Student Story

    With Veda Ramsay-Stamps MPA ’18 at the helm, the Crenshaw Family YMCA has become an essential community hub

    After a career in public policy took this Global EdD student from Washington, D.C., to Fresno, Calif., Ramsay-Stamps found her way back to the heart of L.A.

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  4. Student Story

    How a decorated student-athlete and pre-med major found his way to the classroom

    Brenden Scott MAT ’22 discusses his path to education and the surprises and challenges of teaching.

  5. Education News

    NAI teams up with USC Rossier for summer school math academy

    New collaboration helps students transition from eighth to ninth grade math

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  6. Education News

    After a harrowing year, superintendents from the nation’s three largest urban districts step down

    Austin Beutner, Richard Carranza and Janice Jackson look back on leading schools during the pandemic.

  7. Educator Tips

    How can educators create the conditions for student leadership?

    Professor Julie Slayton explains that giving students meaningful opportunities to lead in the classroom extends beyond distributing materials and grants them decision-making power.

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  8. Alumni Story

    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.

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