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Campus News | June 27, 2018

Donors step up to support UNLV programs that serve the community in the aftermath of October 1 shooting.

Research, Evaluation, and Assessment In The News

May 24, 2022

Schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) were closed Thursday for day two of the teacher strike, according to district officials. Officials said that parents should anticipate the closures extending into Friday.

Global Circulate
May 23, 2022

Almost as soon as some schools reopened for in-person learning in the fall of 2020, research was suggesting a tidy, albeit dark, conclusion about why they did: politics. Early analyses indicated that Covid-19 health factors had virtually nothing to do with reopening decisions, and partisan politics could explain nearly all the variation.

May 23, 2022

What researchers are still learning about in-person instruction during Covid-19.

Chicago Chalk Beat
May 18, 2022

Chicago Teachers Union members are voting on their leadership this week — a high-stakes decision at a challenging juncture for the country’s public educators.

Boston Globe
May 17, 2022

The union agreed to pay $50,000 in damages

Minnesota Reformer
April 1, 2022

Between pay gaps, the pandemic, growing class sizes and legislative directives, “the pressure on teachers right now is so formidable,” one expert said

Recent Research, Evaluation, and Assessment Accomplishments

January 27, 2022
Bradley D. Marianno,  Ana Paula S. Loures-Elias, Libna Garcia (all Educational Psychology, Leadership, and Higher Education), Deanna Cooper (Center for Research, Evaluation, and Assessment), and Emily Coombes (Sociology), along with Annie Hemphill (Michigan State University), published "Power in a Pandemic: Teachers’ Unions and Their Responses to…