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UCLA TEP graduates the first-ever Ethnic Studies teacher cohort in the nation

The first Ethnic Studies cohort of teachers in the nation performed a collaborative work of spoken word to celebrate their new degrees, their respective heritages, and their teaching profession.
July 28, 2017

In Response to the Violence in Charlottesville

We write in solidarity with people of good will in Charlottesville, Virginia and everywhere as hate, racism, and xenophobia again rears its ugly head.  We emphatically assert that hate in all its iterations stands in binary opposition to the ideals and values that animate our work at GSE&IS.  We deplore the calculated and organized use of terror fomenting divisions and hatred.  Further, we unequivocally assert that hate and terror are life-thwarting and an anathema to the pursuit of human flourishing inherent in all teaching and learning.    Read Full Message
August 15, 2017
Partnership Schools

New Year, New School: Mann UCLA Community School Begins

First full academic year sees increased enrollment, full staff, and more parent and community engagement. Preparing students for success in collage and careers is part of the mission of the Mann UCLA Community School, which aims to duplicate the success of the inaugural UCLA Community School in the Koreatown-Pico-Union neighborhood. In 2016, 99% of the graduating senior class from UCLA Community School was headed to colleges and universities.

August 17, 2017

Information Studies lecturer Ulia Gosart: Celebrating Indigenous Peoples

A commentary in The Los Angeles Times on “Celebrating indigenous peoples and how they gained a voice on the world stage." In it, she describes the history of attempts by indigenous leaders to participate in the United Nations and their work in defending the rights of indigenous peoples.
August 17, 2017

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Together, our world-class departments, demonstration schools, and research centers make up an institution known for its extraordinary diversity, collaborative spirit, and dedication to solving the most pressing issues in education and information studies.

— Wasserman Dean, Marcelo Suárez-Orozco