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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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- Linday Pérez Huber: New Book Examines Harmful Effects of Racist Rhetoric in Education
UCLA alumna is an associate professor in the Social and Cultural Analysis of Education program at CSU Long Beach.
- UCLA Computer Science Model Expanding in Los Angeles Unified Schools
$1M National Science Foundation grant will expand UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools' effort to close learning gaps and increase opportunities in STEM for low-income students of color at two LAUSD schools in South Los Angeles.
- Norma Feshbach: 1926 – 2021
Scholar of empathy in children founded UCLA program that became the Human Development and Psychology division of SEIS.
- Annamarie Francois Featured on UC Website for Teacher Education Research and Improvement Network
Executive director of UCLA Center X shares her experiences as a teacher educator and her hopes for the future of preparing teachers.
- Sylvia Hurtado to Deliver 2021 AERA Distinguished Lecture
Rescheduled event highlights work of scholar of sociology of education.
- New Article by UCLA Researcher Earl J. Edwards Examines Impact of Anti-Black Racism on Black Homelessness
"Who Are the Homeless? Centering Anti-Black Racism and the Consequences of Colorblind Homeless Policies"