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USC Annenberg Professor Gabriel Kahn predicts future of higher education in Wall Street Journal article

By Olivia Niland Student Writer USC Annenberg professor, and co-director of the Media, Economics and Entrepreneurship (M{2e}) program, Gabriel Kahn was recently published in The Wall Street Journal. The article, entitled “What College Will Be Like in 2023,” imagines how … Continue reading

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Clayton Dube describes Chinese interest in U.S. education on KPCC’s Take Two

Executive Director of the USC U.S.-China Institute Clayton Dube spoke with A. Martinez on July 8 from 89.3 KPCC’s Take Two morning program about the increasing trend of Chinese students seeking educational opportunities in the United States. The USC U.S.-China Institute … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg Innovation Lab publishes new guides for developing participatory learning

The USC Annenberg Innovation Lab has released three new reports that aim to serve as teaching and learning guides for K-12 teachers and administrators who want to develop more participatory learning approaches in classrooms. The guides share insights and lessons … Continue reading

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Annenber Associate Director Imre Meszaros discusses new measures within Ventura County schools

By Alex Reed Student Writer A Ventura County Star article recently quoted School of Communication Associate Director Imre Meszaros about the upcoming vote that will allow for new funding in several Ventura County school districts. According to Meszaros, voters are … Continue reading

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Reeves on California’s declining public education system

USC Annenberg journalism professor Richard Reeves said California’s declining education system is “crushing the middle class” in an op-ed for Truthdig. In the past, if students did well in two-year community college programs they would get to go to the state’s … Continue reading

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Next stop on the road to the White House: Education reform?

The latest discussion in USC Annenberg’s “Road to the White House 2012: Politics, Media and Technology” event series focused on educational policies and its effects in the upcoming presidential election. The panelists included Reed Galen, managing director of Mercury Public … Continue reading

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Balsamo live chats about how brain science will change education

Professor Anne Balsamo, director of learning at the Annenberg Innovation Lab, participated in an Aug. 31 live chat about how brain science will change education. “I believe that the greatest benefits to collaborative learning and knowledge making is the sense … Continue reading

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