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Student Spotlight: Kathryn Thomas | Paradise, California

When Kathryn Thomas enrolled in the USC Rossier Master of Education program, she made a commitment to herself — students come first. She got organized, made a plan and cut back on her extracurricular involvement at her high school so she could pursue her degree without disrupting her full-time job as a teacher.

Dr. James J. Gallagher: In Memoriam of an Education Icon

On January 17, 2014, the University of North Carolina and the world lost a great innovator in both the special education and gifted and talented education sectors.

Bilingual Education Programs Becoming the Norm in San Francisco

In 1998, California passed Proposition 227, which eradicated most of the state’s bilingual programs and required English language learners to only be taught in English. While the motives of the …

How To Identify a Gifted Student

As a straight-A student in high school, I was suddenly failing world history. I earned one of the highest grades on our first test, but I refused to do the busy work and my low grades reflected my diminishing effort. I even ended up with a few detentions, which was new to me. My parents were called in for a conference with my teacher.

Demand for Special Education Teachers

The demand for additional math and science teachers in U.S. schools has been well publicized. Less well known but equally pressing is the need for special education teachers. According to …

The Classroom Project-Announcement of Winners

Teaching is a career for those that are passionate about making an impact on today and tomorrow’s generation. Which is why the University of California Rossier School of Education launched …