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  1. Alumni Story

    Buu Van Nygren EdD ’21 elected to Navajo Nation president

    Among his platforms included mitigating the challenges COVID-19 brought to schools in the Navajo Nation

  2. Educator Tips

    What are higher education’s responsibilities in times of crisis?

    Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, distinguished scholar of education, globalization and migration, spoke with the USC Rossier community on Nov. 2

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  3. Alumni Story

    Working to close the achievement gap

    USC Rossier faculty, alumni and students gathered in the Bay Area.

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  4. Rossier News

    “Every powerful alumni network has active alumni”

    Q&A with Tom Arteaga, USC Rossier’s new director of alumni engagement

  5. Educator Tips

    A focus on equity

    In the Knowledgehook Anthologies, Dean Noguera introduces a collection of scholars focused on advancing equity in education

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  6. Educator Tips

    USC Rossier Master Class

    USC Rossier’s Master Class was created to spur broad discussions that are central to the mission of the school among our students, faculty and staff.

  7. Educator Tips

    Lessons learned from the pandemic

    Educational leaders provided perspective and advice at USC Rossier’s inaugural Melbo Lecture

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  8. Education News

    Teaching the teachers: USC Rossier’s Artineh Samkian conducts workshops in research methodology for scholars in Armenia

    USC Dornsife’s Institute of Armenian Studies partners with USC Rossier to offer the Research Methodology Workshop Series though the Institute’s Armenia-based USC Tacori Center.

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  9. 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.

  10. Education News

    Can California close the achievement gap in math?

    The majority of California’s K–12 students struggle with math. But challenges are experienced most acutely among many students of color. This is the central problem that the state’s Department of...

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