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Creating Persistent Community

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By John McDonald Victoria Amador is a college success story. In 2020, she graduated from California State University, Los Angeles with a bachelor’s degree in communications, four years after enrolling. She is also a bit of an anomaly, one of...

New UCLA research initiative aims to accelerate equity in computing and technology fields

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News Release: Contact: John McDonald jcmdonald@gseis.ucla.edu The UCLA School of Education and Information Studies has formed Momentum: Accelerating Equity in Computing and Technology, an important research initiative to diversify computing and technology, with an intensive focus on the recruitment of...

Reclaiming the Democratic Purpose of California’s Public Schools

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A new study by researchers at UCLA and UC Riverside  raises serious concerns about an alarming degree of inattention to the democratic mission of schools and a general lack of support for civic learning across California.The study, Reclaiming the Democratic...

Tackling Student Homelessness in California

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Providing a comprehensive analysis of homelessness among students in California, the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools has published new research detailing the challenges facing hundreds of thousands of homeless students and the education agencies and community organizations that...

New Research from UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools  Details Crisis of Student Homelessness in California

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  News Advisory:                                    Contact: John McDonald October 16, 2020                        jmcdonald@gseis.ucla.edu   State of Crisis – Dismantling Student Homelessness in California, a new research report by the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools will be released for broadcast and publication,...