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The Bilingual Advantage, edited by Rebecca M. Callahan and Patricia Gándara, is now available via Multilingual Matters.

 
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Featured News Mexico City Summit Addresses Needs of Students Shared by U.S. and Mexico Building on the success of last September’s ground-breaking UC Mexico Initiative research symposium in Mexico City, education officials, policy makers, researchers and educators are gathering again for a summit in the Mexican capital to discuss ways California and Mexico c ... Jun 15, 2017
Featured News National Assoc of State Boards of Ed encourages states to add school discipline indicator to state-wide accountability plans The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) issued a policy brief encouraging states to add a school discipline indicator to their state-wide school accountability plans required by the Every Student Succeeds Act. The brief, co written by CCRR Director Dani ... May 24, 2017
Featured News New Research Shows Increasing School Segregation in South Research, to be released on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, by the UCLA Civil Rights Project and the Center for Education and Civil Rights at Penn State finds reversal of Civil Rights era gains, increase in intense segregation for Black and Latino students in the Southern region May 23, 2017
Featured News Statement by Civil Rights Project on Fisher Decision Today’s decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin is an historic reaffirmation of affirmative action as a necessary tool for creating diverse campuses. Jun 23, 2016
Featured News Realizing the Economic Advantages of a Multilingual Workforce In a new economic analysis, CRP/PDC Co-director Dr. Patrícia Gandára and coauthor Sylvia Acevedo visit the issue of bilingual education from an economic perspective. Jun 01, 2016
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Press Release Research Shows Reversal of Civil Rights Era Gains in Southern Schools This report by Civil Rights Project at UCLA and the Center for Education and Civil Rights at Penn State finds intense segregation of Black and Latino students in the South with charter schools more segregated for Black and Latino Students. Segregation in the South is double ... May 24, 2017
Press Release Segregation Prevalent in Indiana Schools Although Indiana has seen rapid growth in the enrollment of non-White students, overall interactions between White and non-White students remain low. For example, the average Black student in Indiana attends a school where 68 percent of the students are non-White, while the ... May 15, 2017
Press Release MA Students Missed More Than 156,000 Days of Instruction Due to Discipline This research study shows that the overuse of suspensions in the Commonwealth’s schools is harming educational opportunities for all students, but with the burden impacting black students and students with disabilities more than other groups. The study is the first ever to ... Mar 09, 2017
Press Release School Suspensions Cost California Billions New report shows that suspensions have high costs in nearly every district in California. Researchers find that more suspensions leads to lower graduation rates, lower tax revenues, and higher taxpayer costs for criminal justice, welfare, health care and more economic ramifi ... Mar 07, 2017
Press Release New Report Shows Schools in the Nation’s Capital Remain Intensely Segregated; Charter Schools are most segregated in the City The UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles today released a new research report on segregation and its alternatives in Washington D.C. showing that despite the sharply increasing diversity of the nation’s capital, generation after generation of African America ... Feb 09, 2017
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