UCLA Civil Rights Project Research Details Increasing Segregation in a Transformed School PopulationRead More
Q&A with Ellen Pearlstein, Professor of Information Studies and researcher in the UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Ethnographic and Archaeological MaterialsRead More
Professor of Education Daniel Solórzano shared 50 years of perspectives on the field of Critical Race Studies with his 2019 AERA Distinguished LectureRead More
An excerpt from the new book by Sarah T. Roberts, assistant professor of information studiesRead More
A conversation with Professor Douglas Kellner and TEP faculty advisor Jeff Share on their recent book, “The Critical Media Literacy Guide—Engaging Media and Transforming Education”Read More
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UCLA Education chair and professor of Social Research Methodology will begin term July 1, 2020. Read More
Article by Karen Hunter Quartz and Marisa Saunders of the UCLA Center for Community Schooling highlights efforts by teachers, students, and families. READ MORE
Series on issues around COVID-19 that affect vulnerable populations and families continues. READ MORE
UCLA Education alumna ('13, Ed.D.) shares insights on the challenges to reopening California's schools in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE
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