The Data for Democracy in LA project will engage teachers and students in research on issues of equality, opportunity and change.
UCLA Center X is launching a new teacher residency initiative to prepare teachers to transform STEM and Computer Science education in historically underserved urban schools, supported by a nearly $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the federal Teacher Quality Partnership program. The new teacher residency program aims to strengthen teaching and learning in STEM and computer science for more than 8,000 students.
Center X Senior Fellow Sid Thompson, LAUSD’s first African American superintendent, recalls the reaction of schools and families to the possibility of federally mandated busing and integration.
Findings by PLI Professor John Rogers and UCLA IDEA reveal efforts by principals to stem the tide of xenophobia and racism.
UCLA PLI Professor John Rogers has been named by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson to serve on an action team examining issues regarding charter schools and public education in California.
UCLA Center X joined with the Politics and Pedagogy Collaborative to host the Eastside Collective Stories conference at Roosevelt High School, featuring keynote speaker Shawn Ginwright, high school student-led workshops, and a ceremony honoring the 1968 LA Student Activists.