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    The transformative power of education

    New USC Rossier Master Class series takes a cross-disciplinary approach to explore how education can address larger challenges 

  2. Faculty News

    ‘Teachers are doing the most important job in the world’

    Margo Pensavalle EdD ’93 draws on nearly 50 years of experience in education to create a residency program that meets the moment.

  3. 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.

  4. 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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  5. Education News

    Leaders in education reflect on a year of upheaval

    Alumni from Hawai‘i to Minnesota share their experiences and hopes for the future

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    In a year of sea change, keeping equity in focus

    Shaun R. Harper, Provost Professor in Education and Business, discusses his AERA presidency, his role on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s educational equity task force and hosting a race and equity summit viewed by millions.

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    Brendesha Tynes on the digital equity gap

    Associate professor of education and psychology discusses growing up in Detroit, the new app she’s developing and the effects of videos depicting racial violence

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  8. Education News

    How to lead in a time of crisis

    USC President Folt in conversation with USC Rossier Dean Noguera

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  9. Faculty News

    Julie Marsh on why local power is essential to democracy

    USC Rossier Professor of Education Policy discusses strategies for engaging local stakeholders, her experience as a researcher and how COVID-19 will impact funding for education.

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    Mary Helen Immordino-Yang on why democracy needs abstract thinkers

    Neuroscientist, psychologist and USC Rossier professor of education discusses adolescent development, her new research center and what her kids have taught her.

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