In the News: October 2018

Public scholarship at UCLA Ed & IS this month includes selectivity in college recruiting, museums' adaptability in the digital age, and California's report card for discipline reform.

Ozan Jacquette: Colleges Tend to Visit More Affluent, Whiter High Schools
Featured in Inside Higher Ed, October 1, 2018

Daniel Solórzano: How to Be Culturally Sensitive When Learning Students’ Unfamiliar Names
Featured in Quartz, October 2, 2018

Patricia Gándara: Enrollment Patterns Separate Black and Brown Students From Higher-Achieving Peers
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, October 3, 2018

Daniel J. Losen: California Leads in Accountability For Discipline Reform
Quoted by EdSource (in the Los Angeles Daily News), October 4, 2018

Tyrone Howard: Teachers’ Issues in Labor Dispute Bigger Than Salaries
Quoted by The Los Angeles Times, October 17, 2018

HERI: Student Affairs Leaders Lean Left
Featured in Inside Higher Ed, October 17, 2018

HERI: Significant Decline in Emotional Health of College Students
Featured in Inside Higher Ed, October 19, 2018

Miriam Posner: Museums Have to Decide Priorities in the Digital Age
Quoted by Mashable, October 25, 2018