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    How school boards became lightning rods for controversy

    School board meetings aren’t typically associated with shouting matches, protests and arrests. But at forums across the country, school districts have experienced an uptick in heated rhetoric and aggressive behavior...

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    Why has education become so polarized?

    A recent poll by Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) and USC Rossier confirmed what many educators, parents and students likely already know: The public has become increasingly polarized about...

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    How to make gifted education equitable for all students

    Editor’s Note: Sandra Kaplan is a recognized authority in gifted education, and co-directs USC’s The Discovery Project with colleagues from the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy and Viterbi...

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    Why civil debate is critical for educational leaders?

    In these hyper-polarized times, it can be difficult for educational leaders to deliver nuanced solutions. In addition to political pressure from school boards and educational institutions, cable news and social...

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    Racial equity in education: Seven key points

    ‘Equity’ has become a buzzword in education, but what does it mean for current and aspiring professionals in the industry? As part of our blog series on equity in education...

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    Seven insider tips about strategic enrollment management

    Strategic enrollment management in education has become an increasingly complex job. As a result, more schools need professionals with the right skills to navigate changing trends. But is it the...

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