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  1. 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.

  2. Student Story

    The future teachers of Los Angeles

    Meet the first class of USC Rossier’s new Teacher Preparation Residency program.

  3. Education News

    Turning around the teacher crisis

    As teacher shortages trouble the nation, USC Rossier’s new teaching residency program aims to prepare educators for the challenges of L.A. classrooms and create a more diverse workforce.

  4. 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.

    Featured Faculty

  5. Alumni Story

    A day in the life of a USC Rossier grad

    Alumni leaders share the details of their waking hours—from their morning routines to the ways they wind down from their busy working days.

  6. 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.

    Featured Faculty

  7. 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.

  8. Education News

    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?

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  9. 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

  10. Education News

    Scientific intuition exists in all children

    But how can STEM instruction tap into this natural curiosity as kids grow up?