In the News: January 2018

This month's public scholarship includes challenges to would-be YouTube entrepreneurs, state graduation standards, and the need for more thoughtful school discipline reforms.

Sarah T. Roberts: First-Ever Conference on Commercial Content Moderation
Featured in The Guardian, December 24, 2017


Sarah T. Roberts: YouTube Complicit in Posting of Objectionable Content
Quoted by Wired, January 3, 2018


Sarah T. Roberts: Facebook’s Lack of Transparency, Selectivity in Deleting Political Accounts
Quoted by The Guardian, January 4, 2018


Sarah T. Roberts: Streetsweepers of the Web
Featured in Il Fatto Quotidiano, January 8, 2018


Tyrone Howard & Pedro Noguera: Retiring Superintendent King Brought Stability to LAUSD
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, January 5, 2018


Pedro Noguera & Joseph Bishop: School Transformation Will Prevent Student Boredom
Quoted by Ed Source, January 9, 2018


Daniel J. Losen: Reforms to School Discipline Need Expediting
Quoted by The Atlantic, January 11, 2018


Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles: U.S. Schools More Segregated than in 1990s
Featured in Quartz, January 15, 2018


Tyrone Howard & John Rogers: Problems with L.A. High School Grad Rate Calculations
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, January 17, 2018


Sarah T. Roberts: Bar Gets Higher for Potential Profit from YouTube
Quoted by Wired, January 18, 2018


John Rogers: Partnership for L.A. Schools Supports the Most Challenging Schools
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, January 20, 2018


John Rogers: Each State Has its Own Graduation Standards
Interviewed by KCRW


Pedro Noguera: LAUSD Board Hoping to Avoid Polarization
Quoted by EdSource, January 22, 2018