A report by the UCLA Civil Rights Project is the first to analyze national school suspension rates by race and district.
Survey suggests students’ intent to transfer could threaten some colleges under proposed ratings system
The Department of Education’s college rating system could hurt universities that enroll large numbers of students who plan to graduate from other institutions.
The first survey of undocumented college students shows that worries about financial hardship and fears of deportation undermine students’ chances for success in college.
The study showed that children’s readiness for kindergarten was influenced not only by whether they attend preschool, but also by their families’ behaviors, attitudes and values.
The gift will provide scholarship support to students in UCLA Teacher Education Program and help recruit the best and brightest students to pursue advanced degrees in education.
Researchers assessed 190 U.N. countries’ progress toward fulfilling their commitments to the right to education, protection from child labor and child marriage, and discrimination against children with disabilities.
UCLA will host its free, annual “Exploring Your Universe” event — UCLA’s day for the public to learn about science — this Sunday, Nov. 16, from 12 noon until 5 p.m., with some activities continuing until 8 p.m., weather permitting.
A UCLA study has found a trend at colleges toward teaching practices such as class discussions and group learning and away from lectures and other teacher-centered styles.
Contrary to long-standing concerns, disadvantaged students don’t pay a penalty for attending community colleges, according to a UCLA-led study.
The authors say medical school and four-year university recruitment, outreach and admissions practices should be more inclusive of community college students.
As the UCLA Community School nears its fifth anniversary, the college going rate for students in the area has increased dramatically. Ninety-five percent of last year's graduating seniors plan to go to college this fall.
A new UCLA-led study suggests that a higher quality educational environment may help reduce health disparities and improve health outcomes.
A unique partnership between UCLA and the LAUSD, the pilot school, which serves a largely low-income immigrant community, has made impressive strides in engendering educational success and promoting a college-going culture.
The use of drugs and alcohol on campus was associated with significantly increased odds of depression, sexual victimization and attempted suicide.
Job loss among single mothers has significant negative effects on the well-being of their children as young adults, according to a new study by researchers at the California Center for Population Research at UCLA.
Young Latinas who have Latino teachers and counselors as role models and participate in extracurricular activities in high school have a much better chance of educational success.
The Teaching and Learning Center for Health Sciences will foster innovative instruction and feature state-of-the-art technology, while providing much-needed amenities for students.