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Boatman offers her valuable perspectives on "The Economic Returns of a Rural Education" in this Inside Higher Ed article.
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Statistics show there there have been approximately 750 teachers’ strikes across the country since 2007. Lynch School Professor C. Patrick Proctor and Morrissey College Associate Professor of Political Science Michael Hartney discuss the trend and related issues in a Q&A.
Featured in USA Today, Buehler Family Sesquicentennial Assistant Professor, Brian Keum, Ph.D., sheds light on the prevalent issue of harassment in online gaming, specifically towards women and Black gamers. Despite efforts by game companies to curb such behavior, Keum highlights the challenges faced by victims and the limitations of reporting mechanisms. Keum offers insights regarding representation and chat moderation to change the landscape of online gaming.
Augustus Long Professor of Education Marina Bers is at the forefront of a groundbreaking project that is transforming traditional school playgrounds into innovative learning spaces. Collaborating with UCI School of Education faculty on the NSF-funded Smart Playgrounds initiative, they are evolutionizing the way children engage with computer science concepts.