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    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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    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.

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    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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    Why superintendents should lean into their unique experiences

    Superintendents are more educated than ever before. But as challenges in education grow and demands of the job intensify, experience has become increasingly valuable. Janice Jackson, Austin Beutner and Richard...

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    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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    For some students, technology is a barrier. Here’s what STEM educators can do about it.

    Editor’s note: Dieuwertje J. Kast EdD ’20 is an alumna of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program, where she studied with three of her mentors, professors Anthony Maddox...

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    Somehow I will be free: Leading and learning while black

    Editor’s note: Darnell Fine is a student in the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program. He was recently selected to join the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s Emerging...

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    Why organizations need unique women’s leadership development opportunities in a post-pandemic world?

    Editor’s note: Maria Cozette Akopian EdD ’20 designed the Women First: Leadership and Professional Development Program while pursuing her doctoral degree in the Doctor of Education in Organizational Change and...

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    Navigating school controversies: Experts offer guidance for educators

    The 2021 school year is marked by unprecedented controversies. Resistance to mask mandates and the idea of racism curriculum have led to protests, chaos and violence. The nationwide conflicts have...

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    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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