In the News: June 2015

Members of the UCLA Ed and IS community are a significant presence in national and international media.

Faculty, students, and alumni of UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies have demonstrated world-class excellence in research and expertise. Here is a sampling of UCLA Ed and IS in recent national and international media. 

 

UCLA: School Segregation Goes Beyond the South
Featured in ThinkProgress.org, June 4, 2015

Daniel Losen: Discipline Practices Erect Detours for Special-Needs Students
Quoted by Education Week, May 29, 2015 (Print version, June 4)

John Rogers: D’s Get LAUSD Students Out of High School But Not Into Four-Year Colleges
Quoted by KPCC-89.3, June 11, 2015

Marcelo Suárez- Orozco: Five Things You May Not Have Known About DACA
Quoted by MSNBC.com, June 13, 2015

Norma Feshbach: Young Children Have a Strong Sense of Restorative Justice
Quoted by CNN.com, June 22, 2015

Linda Sax: Women’s Colleges Still Matter
Featured in The Washington Post, June 24, 2015

Gary Orfield: American Schools More Segregated Than in 1960s
Quoted by the Tampa Bay Times, June 25, 2015