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UCR Graduate School of Education offers “debt-free” special education degrees

The Graduate School of Education (GSOE) created the Special Education Scholars Program (SESP) last January in the efforts to address shortages of special education...

Concerns over new Title IX regulations raise questions for UC policy

In November 2018, the Department of Education released new regulatory proposals to Title IX. According to the press release the “proposed rule seeks to...

UC Riverside partners with ARL-West to develop technology for soldiers

For the first time ever within the UC system, the Army Research Laboratory West (ARL-West) has partnered with UCR’s Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE),...

New STEM High School promises wide benefits, overlooks associated challenges

The UCR Academic Senate recently released a summary of a draft agreement reached between UCR, Riverside Unified School District and the City of Riverside...

Jennifer Brown to lead Undergraduate Education at UCR

Jennifer Brown, former vice provost and dean of the Graduate School at Oregon State University, has been named to lead UCR’s Office of Undergraduate...

Teachers’ walkouts in Oklahoma should inspire more education investment across the...

The recent teachers’ walkout in Oklahoma, which follows a series of teacher protests and walkouts in other states in past months, has highlighted yet...

UCR researcher attempts to benchmark student success

When she was a young teacher, Linda Navarrette, a researcher at UCR’s Graduate School of Education, made a trip to South Africa where she...

Op-Ed: Empowering foster care individuals

Did you graduate high school? According to the National Foster Youth Institute, for 84 percent of the U.S. population, including myself, the answer is...

Op-Ed: Reframing campus free speech debates, creating conditions for desirable education

Debates about “free speech” rage on college campuses today. That the contours of these debates differ from the issues that gave rise to the...

Project Moving Forward to expand using $2.7 million grant from U.S....

The Project Moving Forward language program received a $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education and a Model of Excellence award from...