In the News: December 2018

Public scholarship at UCLA Ed & IS this month includes humanizing homelessness for children; the value of bilingualism; and PTSD among students affected by immigration.

Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles: PTSD Increase in Hispanic Students Connected to Immigration Concerns
Featured in U.S. News & World Report, November 26, 2018


HERI: 71 Percent of College Students Are Homesick
Featured in The New York Times, December 4, 2018


Patricia Gándara: Bilingualism a Great Advantage
Quoted by the San Diego Union-Tribune, December 6, 2018


John Rogers: Charters Need a System That Works for All Students
Quoted by Capital and Main, December 6, 2018


LAUSD Partners With Community to Improve Outcomes for Students of Color
Featured in the Los Angeles Sentinel, December 6, 2018


Daniel J. Losen: California Statistics Belie Discrepancies in Reduced School Suspensions
Quoted by EdSource, December 11, 2018


Rashmita Mistry: Humanizing Homelessness for Young Learners
Quoted by CNN, December 12, 2018


GSE&IS Among World’s Top 50 Universities for Education Degrees
Featured in CEOWorld Magazine, December 18, 2018