USC Rossier in the Media, November 2019

December 4, 2019

Mentions of USC Rossier faculty and other related news

Schools fail to identify thousands of homeless children, state audit finds

EdSource quoted PhD student Tasminda Dhaliwal about a recent state audit showing that California schools have failed to identify thousands of homeless children. (Nov. 27, 2019). The story was also published in Los Angeles Daily News.

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured Adrianna Kezar and her new book The Gig Academy: Mapping Labor in the Neoliberal University. “Every campus I go to, in every state, I hear people say, ‘We can’t do anything to improve employee-labor conditions on campus, because that will increase tuition.’ And I say, ‘No, no, that’s not the case—we need to redistribute funds within existing budgets.'” (Nov. 24, 2019)

Fox 11 Los Angeles interviewed Alan Arkatov for an event at the Fisher Museum co-sponsored by USC Rossier Center EDGE and the Shoah Foundation. Arkatov and Shoah Executive Director Stephen A. Smith talked about teaching the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides to new generations of students. (Nov. 20, 2019)

The Conversation featured commentary from Robert Massa on why colleges are closing and how they can remain open. (Nov. 7, 2019). Massa’s commentary was also featured on Salon and Real Clear Education.

Education Week interviewed Shaun R. Harper about a new proposed initiative within Los Angeles Unified School District in which principals would receive racial equity training from the USC Race and Equity Center. (November 5, 2019)