News & Insights
Featuring the latest news, expertise, opinions and blogs on critical education issues from USC Rossier.
Three USC Rossier alums collaborated with USC Scientists and a non-profit publisher Room to Read to author book series, "STEAM-Powered Careers"
Students who learn how to advocate for themselves in STEM classes see big benefits—and new research from USC Rossier professor Erika Patall hints that this could be a way to promote student retention.
Faculty: In Converation
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.
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.
In the Media
“One of the biggest things is that familial pressure, that social pressure of being a provider.”
- Assistant Professor of Education
"Maybe we were still in a period of people sort of appreciating all the work that educators were doing."
- Professor of Education
- Co-director of CEPEG
“The move to a digital test format is long overdue.”
- Professor of Practice
- Executive Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy and Practice
USC Rossier Magazine
In this issue, we explore the wide and varied work—past, present and emerging—of USC Rossier graduates, faculty and students in the communities near and around USC.
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.
Michèle G. Turner BS ’81, EdD ’14 is blazing a path forward for diverse contracting at USC.
Meet the first class of USC Rossier’s new Teacher Preparation Residency program.
USC Rossier offers these tools and other educator resources for teachers, administrators and counselors in K–12, higher education and educational psychology.
Professor Julie Slayton explains that giving students meaningful opportunities to lead in the classroom extends beyond distributing materials and grants them decision-making power.
Effective collaboration between educational researchers and practitioners can help solve intractable problems in our schools and communities.
Dieuwertje J. Kast EdD ’20 on how educators can prepare students to understand and adapt to technology so they can use it for the future.
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