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Education Month at USC
March 2014
Los Angeles, CA
"A world-class education is the single most important factor in determining not just whether our kids can compete for the best jobs but whether America can out compete countries around the world."
-President Barack Obama, 2011
 
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Welcome to EdMonth

EdMonth at USC is the first national student-led movement and discussion about the state of education in our country. Down town Los Angeles and the USC campus will serve as the backdrop for educators, parents, policy makers, business leaders, elected officials, engaged citizens and students to engage in a national, collegiate student-driven discussion on the issue of improving education in our country.

 
Upcoming Events
3/29/2014 | Location: TCC Forum and VKC
EmpowerED: Los Angeles Student Power 2014

 Students from all over the country are tired of feeling powerless when it comes to decisions about their education. That's why they're coming...

3/26/2014 | Location: TCC 301
An Intimate Conversation on Education with Bonnie Reiss

What would you do if you had an hour and a halfto speak directly with one of the most prominent politicians in California education? Well now's you...

3/25/2014 | Location: SCA
American Promise Screening

 American Promise is a documentary film that captures the journeys of two families and their 5 year old sons, bestfriends, as they follow each...

3/12/2014 | Location: TCC 350, Ground Zero
An Evening with Rebecca Kling: Understanding Trans* Identity Through Education and Storytelling

 A night of education and performance art surrounding gender identity and Rebecca's experiences as a trans woman. Workshop at 5pm in TCC 350 w...

3/11/2014 | Location: TCC 450
Project Remix

 Access & Equity in Higher Education: What is our Future?

 

Sponsored by APASS/CBCSA/El Centro Cultural CenterRead More