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UCLA Community School Research, Practice and Policy Brief: Hope for Undocumented Students

The UCLA Community School is informed by scholarly research and internal research school projects that address the needs of undocumented students and offers implications for practice.
May 18, 2017

UCLA Ed&IS Faculty In The News – May 2017

UCLA's public scholarship this month includes the moral responsibility of social media, LAUSD school board elections, and college students' political leanings.

May 30, 2017
School Event

Learning Together 2017 – Partnerships Among Practitioners & Scholars To Be Highlighted at UCLA Conference

UCLA Department of Education’s new summer professional development institute and workshops. An outstanding program of the country’s top educational research and practitioner scholars engaging in a dynamic set of talks and workshops, including top scholars from Center X, HERI, and CRESST. June 19-23. To register, click here.
June 1, 2017

Marcelo Suárez-Orozco Featured in UCLA “Optimists” Video

Wasserman Dean Marcelo Suárez-Orozco is featured in video as part of the UCLA's Optimist campaign. In a discussion with Nina Gregory, (’97) NPR Arts Desk senior editor and Adam Cheyer (’93, M.S.) co-founder of Siri, Viv Labs and, Suárez-Orozco explores how advances in artificial intelligence may affect us in the years to come, what key factors will shape the cities of the future and how cultural institutions are already evolving to reflect a more globalized world.
June 7, 2017




UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies is reframing conversations on education and information studies from theory to practice.


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