In the News: May 2018

Public scholarship at UCLA Ed & IS this month includes the psychological toll of family separations; the full range of human expression online; and racial disparities in school discipline.

John Rogers: Homework for New LAUSD Superintendent
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, May 1, 2018

Pedro Noguera: NY Parents Can Integrate Schools
Quoted by The New York Times, May 3, 2018

Pedro Noguera: LAUSD Loss of Revenue From Loss of Students to Charters
Interviewed by KCRW-FM

HERI: Record Increases in Anxiety Among College Freshmen
Featured in The Washington Post, May 10, 2018

Gary Orfield: Charter Schools Even More Segregated Than Public Schools
Featured on NBC News, May 13, 2018

Jenn Ayscue: All Students Gain From Desegregation of Schools
Quoted by The Christian Science Monitor, May 14, 2018

John Rogers: “Wild West” Tone of Gubernatorial Race
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, May 14, 2018

Daniel Losen: Black Students with Disabilities Suspended at Disproportionately High Rates
Quoted in EdSource, May 7, 2018

Ozan Jacquette: College Admissions Need to Be Transparent Regarding Students’ Ability to Pay
Quoted by Forbes Opinion, May 15, 2018

Pedro Noguera: Grassroots Drive to Integrate NY Schools
Quoted by The New York Times, May 17, 2018

Daniel Losen: Schools Are Violating Students’ Civil Rights
Quoted by The Huffington Post, May 17, 2018

Sarah T. Roberts: Social Media Allows Full Gamut of Human Expression
Quoted by Fortune, May 22, 2018

Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles: NJ Law Codifies School Segregation
Featured in The New York Times, May 17, 2018

Carola Suárez-Orozco: Psychological Toll of Family Separation
Featured on WHYY’s “Radio Times,” May 30, 2018

Daniel Losen: No Excuse For States to Ignore Racial Disparities in School Suspensions
Quoted by The Christian Science Monitor, May 31, 2018