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Graduate School of Education

Strong public education and workforce development has always been key to sustaining America’s global leadership, economic growth and competitiveness. Yet today our schools, community colleges and universities have never faced a tougher set of challenges: sharply increased demand for access and customized training, shrinking state and federal resources, critical shortfalls in math and science literacy and the growing need for special education and bilingual/bicultural education services.

In addition to shaping the next generation of extraordinary teachers and administrative leaders, UCR’s Graduate School of Education daily impacts the broader landscape of education policy. By collaborating with California community colleges, pioneering research on autism and related disorders, and incubating fresh ideas to improve literacy and support at-risk students, UCR is providing families, educators and policymakers with solutions to our most complex challenges.

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Featured Faculty
John Levin John Levin
Director, California Community College Collaborative
Research focus: Community College Collaborative
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Jan Blacher Jan Blacher
Director, SEARCH
Research focus: Autism/Special Education Policy
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