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  1. Rossier News

    Education visionary Irving R. Melbo was ahead of his time

    Inaugural Melbo Lecture on Thursday, August 25, “Leading in Times of Radical Change: Invitation to Lead for a New Future”

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  2. Alumni Story

    Building the foundation for economic opportunity

    Michèle G. Turner BS ’81, EdD ’14 is blazing a path forward for diverse contracting at USC.

  3. Education News

    Professor Jerry Lucido on why race-aware admission policies must be defended

    The Supreme Court will soon hear cases on the legality of considering applicants’ race in the additions process, but whatever the ruling, colleges must remain dedicated to their commitments to equity and diversity.

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  4. Alumni Story

    San Diego Community College District celebrates a new chancellor

    Values of diversity, equity and inclusion have motivated USC Rossier graduate Carlos O. Cortez PhD ’06 throughout his career as an educator and administrator.

  5. Educator Tips

    The impacts of college student homelessness

    Student homelessness is an escalating crisis at two- and four-year institutions. Here's a list of resources with ways to help for schools and educators.

  6. Educator Tips

    The SAT may be abolished. What will replace it?

    Abolishing the SAT may no longer be just a fantasy for anxious college-bound students. The University of California, which serves more than 280,000 students, has permanently eliminated standardized tests like...

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  7. Educator Tips

    What is student success? New insight into a complex question

    Student success is a measure of student engagement and positive outcomes. In higher education, the term typically refers to first-generation and most historically marginalized students. These groups drop out at...

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  8. Education News

    How should higher education navigate the return to campus?

    As higher education institutions prepare to reopen their campuses for fall, how should they address the needs of students and staff? The country continues to grapple with the pandemic, while...

  9. Educator Tips

    Is an EdD worth it? Leaders share insights and experiences

    Those wondering if an EdD is worth it often want to make a positive impact while advancing their career. A doctoral degree in education can be an effective way to...

  10. Education News

    Is the pandemic worsening the equity gap in college admissions?

    While test-optional policies have some applauding, declining application rates for low-income students and people of color are worrisome