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The Sudikoff Family Institute for Education & New Media was created through a generous gift from philanthropists Jeffrey and Joyce Sudikoff, who have served as long-standing supporters of UCLA and its School of Education & Information Studies. The Sudikoff Family Foundation has contributed more than $2.3 million to foster the work of UCLA Ed&IS, including an endowment of $1.5 million for the establishment of The Sudikoff Family Institute for Education & New Media.
The Sudikoff Family Institute is led by John McDonald. UCLA Ed&IS Media Relations is housed within the Institute.
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- Do Politics in Our Democracy Prevent Schooling for Our Democracy?
In tense political times for public schools, new study by researchers at UCLA and UC Riverside raises concerns for civic learning and democracy.
- Ramesh Srinivasan: Disinformation’s Divisive Effect on Society
Scholar of digital culture discusses the loss of trust and fair discourse among internet users on global issues.
- UCLA Academies Will Prepare Innovative and Courageous Leaders for K-12, Universities
Deadline to apply for the Women’s School Leadership Academy and the University Women’s Leadership Academy is Nov. 1.
- Alumni Profile: Mauro Bautista
UCLA Ed&IS alumnus Mauro Bautista, who received his teacher and principal training at UCLA School of Education and Information Studies, serves as a Principal for Felicitas & Gonzalo Mendez High School — a community school located in East Los Angeles.
- Eddie R. Cole Named Recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Book Award by the Association for the Study of Higher Education
Award honors Cole’s book, “The Campus Color Line: College Presidents and the Struggle for Black Freedom.”
- Johanna Drucker Wins AIGA Steven Heller Award for Cultural Commentary
UCLA’s inaugural Breslauer Professor of Bibliography lauded for her work in the look of language and how it adds to its meaning.