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Her audience was admissions officers and counselors from the most elite universities and high schools in the country, all familiar with dissecting GPAs and SAT scores to judge the merit of a student who plans to enter college.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias made his first visit to USC Hybrid High School, touring classrooms where groups of students worked intently.
A new USC study has found a connection between increased drug and alcohol use among middle and high school students and deployments of either a military parent or sibling.
USC Rossier School of Education Dean Karen Symms Gallagher has been named a Pahara-Aspen Education fellow, an honor designed to support entrepreneurial leaders who are committed to transforming public education.
Sandra Kaplan, professor at the USC Rossier School of Education, has received the National Association for Gifted Children Legacy Award.
A year ago, Oliver Sicat ’01 was handpicked to be chief portfolio officer of Chicago Public Schools. Since accepting the position, Sicat has overcome numerous challenges in his mission to give every student in the district an opportunity to attend a quality school.
USC researchers launched a free Facebook game to help underserved students navigate the complicated process of applying for college and financial aid.
Kathy Bihr EdD ’05 makes career choices that are both tangible and tactile for children.
A slim majority of Californians favor enacting Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s ballot initiative that would raise taxes in order to avoid further spending reductions in education and public safety.
Current and aspiring education leaders attended the USC Rossier K-12 Higher Education Leadership Conference to hear from the nation’s top education administrators.