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Pedro Noguera talks about new study of Black Youth in LA County

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The Center for the Transformation of Schools and the Black Male Institute at UCLA have released a new study making clear that when it comes to educational success and healthy development, young Black people in Los Angeles County face an...

UCLA Study Finds Black Youth in Los Angeles County Face an “Accumulation of Disadvantage”

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      News Release: Embargoed – 12.01 a.m. October 9, 2019 — Contact: John McDonald – jmcdonald@gseis.ucla.edu (Los Angeles) Black youth in Los Angeles County face an accumulation of disadvantage, undermining their academic, social and economic success and placing...

UCLA Study Finds Black Youth in Los Angeles County Face an “Accumulation of Disadvantage”

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      News Release: Embargoed – 12.01 a.m. October 9, 2019 — Contact: John McDonald – jmcdonald@gseis.ucla.edu (Los Angeles) Black youth in Los Angeles County face an accumulation of disadvantage, undermining their academic, social and economic success and placing...

Women Leaders in Education – Debra Duardo

Debra Duardo, Superintendent, Los Angeles County Office of Education Debra Duardo has a really big job. As Superintendent of the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), she leads the largest education agency in California and one of the largest...

Finding Success with Immigrant Students at UCLA Community School

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By John McDonald “Migration,” says Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, “is as old as Homo sapiens, it is an ancient and shared condition of our humanity.” Suarez-Orozco, the Wasserman Dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and a noted...