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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

Chalkbeat
December 5, 2022

Districts throughout Tennessee and the nation are working to help students recover from learning losses spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. But another respiratory illness is threatening to undermine that work.

Yahoo!
November 7, 2022

Flavored tobacco. Sports betting. Taxing millionaires to fund electric vehicles. All face a common enemy this fall: California teachers.

Politico
November 7, 2022

Flavored tobacco. Sports betting. Taxing millionaires to fund electric vehicles. All face a common enemy this fall: California teachers.

Minnesota Public Radio
November 2, 2022

Election signs have sprung up like mushrooms at intersections around Prior Lake and Savage neighborhoods, at the edges of cornfields and lawns throughout the suburban district southwest of Minneapolis.

The 74 Million
September 21, 2022

In late March, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis made a major announcement on K-12 education.

CBS News
September 7, 2022

Seattle Public Schools canceled Wednesday's first day of school after teachers voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike over issues that include pay, mental health support, and staffing ratios for special education and multilingual students.

Recent Research, Evaluation, and Assessment Accomplishments

August 31, 2022
Em Coombes (Sociology, CREA), along with other collaborators, published the Manifesto for Sex Positive Social Media. This manifesto sets out guiding principles that governments, policy-makers, platforms, and other stakeholders can take into account in their design, moderation, and regulation practices.  Human rights principles outline what sexual…
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…