Please join the USC Rossier School of Education and Bill Tierney for a private screening of a new documentary film. First Generation is the story of four high-achieving, low-income high school students as they strive to be first in their families to go to college. For more information please click here.
On Thursday, March 29th 2012 the Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis welcomes Clayton M. Christensen to present the 34th Pullias Lecture, The Innocative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education from the Inside Out. For more information click here
William G. Tierney and Stefani R. Relles collaborated as guest bloggers on The Washington Post, College Inc. based on 10 years of teaching remedial writing, as well as other research, point to four ways to get students to write better. Read it here.
Giving a voice to Homeless Adolescents in the Los Angeles Education System.Living on the street has a devastating effect on youth and their ability to transition into adulthood.Residential instability,abuse,neglect,a lack of role models and a host of other factors impact an adolescent’s ability to buld trusting relationships and establish support networks that are necessary for a successful transition into adulthood […]
Researchers at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education have designed a methodology and have identified measures that would assess the impact of these diversity courses on students’ higher order thinking skills at a large private unive rsity which has 16,500 undergraduates and over 88 specified courses that can meet the requirement.
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