Online interventions may help students complete college applications but do not necessarily lead to acceptance or enrollment, their working paper shows.
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“People only get cybersecurity right after they get it wrong. We’re going to learn the hard way,” he cautions.
The cost-benefit calculation used by the EPA is flawed, finds the independent advisory group co-chaired by UCLA Luskin’s JR DeShazo.
Her appointment, part of a long track record of civic engagement, bridges the divide between her American and Mexican identities, she says.
Real solidarity demands taking real risks, she tells audience at UCLA’s “10 Questions: Centennial Edition” forum.
The city’s measured approach “can demonstrate to other parts of Southern California what might be possible,” he says.
Institute of Transportation Studies director says the solution to chronic congestion probably does not lie in freeway expansion.
Proposal to build facility should ensure that water will remain affordable for the region’s working-class residents, he argues.
Los Angeles is launching a feasibility study on the traffic-reducing strategy.
Low savings rates and long life expectancy will create a ‘perfect storm’ of precarious living conditions, he predicts.