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Faculty Op-Ed

Faculty Op-Ed: Pedro Noguera

"L.A. Schools Have Bigger Problems Than a Looming Teachers Strike" - Read the article in the Los Angeles Times.

January 7, 2019
Faculty in the News

Thirteen UCLA Faculty Named to Education Week’s List of Most Influential Scholars

UCLA’s representation on Education Week’s annual list of “Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings,” includes Professors Carola Suárez-Orozco, Pedro Noguera, Gary Orfield, Jeannie Oakes, Tyrone Howard, Louis Gomez, Patricia Gándara, H. Samy Alim, Sylvia Hurtado, Eva Baker, Megan Franke, and Mike Rose are listed among the 200 most influential scholars of education in the nation. READ MORE
January 8, 2019
Faculty Research

Marcelo Suárez-Orozco: New Book Illuminates Realities of Mass Migration

"Humanitarianism and Mass Migration" based on 2017 meeting at UCLA convened by Suárez-Orozco, shines a light on a path forward from the global crisis. READ MORE

January 9, 2019
Lecture Series

Richard Marciano to Deliver Kenneth Karmiole Lecture in Archival Studies

On February 12, Director of the University of Maryland's Digital Curation Innovation Center will present annual lecture on “Archival Explorations in Computational Treatments of Justice, Human Rights and Cultural Heritage Records.” READ MORE AND RSVP

January 14, 2019
Faculty Research

Michelle Caswell: Exploring the History of South Asian Americans in California

UCLA IS professor and co-founder of the South Asian American Digital Archive presents Feb. 23 symposium of researchers, archivists, artists, and community members. READ MORE

January 18, 2019
Ed&IS Alumni

UCLA Education Alumna Face of LA Teachers’ Strike

Roxana Dueñas ('09, TEP) represents UTLA in campaign to "Stand With L.A. Teachers." READ MORE

January 22, 2019




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