‘What does social change mean to you?’ Student musicians, poets and artists gather with activist Funmilola Fagbamila to share their answers.
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The L.A. teachers’ strike stoked a dialogue on the increasing presence of magnet schools and how they are affecting the educational environment.
Former vice president and possible 2020 candidate argued against busing in an NPR interview that has resurfaced.
Board rebukes newly elected sheriff after he reinstated a deputy fired for alleged abuse.
Documentary screened at UCLA seeks to change an educational system that labels students ‘dropouts.’
Women who live near transit stops may avoid it, even during the day, because they feel unsafe
In Philadelphia, many lower-income commuters prefer cars over public transit, a trend seen nationwide.
The program to train social welfare scholars and practitioners is recognized as No. 1 in California for 2019-20 by HumanServicesEdu.org.
Retractions of politically unpopular viewpoints are on the rise by those seeking to avoid professional or social banishment.
New book offers guidance on managing demographic upheaval that will change the face of U.S. society over the next 30 years.