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February 20, 2023

The California Department of Education is making another historic investment in its educational leaders by awarding up to $12 million in additional funding over three years to the 21st Century California School Leadership Academy (21CSLA) State Center, a project housed and led by UC Berkeley School of Education in partnership with the UCLA School of Education and Information Studies and UC San Diego-based California Subject Matter Project.

February 4, 2023

Q&A with Associate Professor Travis J. Bristol 

January 19, 2023

Hosted by the 21CSLA Alameda Regional Academy, the African American Male Leaders Network (AAMLN) will be holding a special in-person event focusing on career trajectory and the disproportionality of black and brown students in special education.

January 16, 2023

January 9, 2023

The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing has awarded $1.5 million to three University of California campuses, bolstering the state’s ability to prepare thousands of newly credentialed teachers to serve another quarter-million children statewide.

California lawmakers and the governor aim to extend Universal Pre-kindergarten (UPK) to all 4-year-olds by 2026. But the scarcity of new teachers has slowed implementation, a snag that Governor Gavin Newsom confronts in his new budget, due out this week.

November 18, 2022

The University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) has awarded institutional membership to the Berkeley School of Education, opening the door to greater collaboration on the promotion and dissemination of research, professional learning, and educational policy. 

UCEA formally welcomed the Berkeley School of Education during its annual convention in Seattle this week. 

November 2, 2022

University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Annual Convention 2022, Nov. 16-19, in Seattle: Berkeley researchers to give talks and formally receive full membership in UCEA

October 31, 2022

The U.S. Department of Education’s Institute for Education Sciences has awarded a $3 million grant to a research team led by the Public Policy Institute of California, UC Berkeley School of Education, UC San Diego, and California Department of Education to conduct a three-year study of pandemic recovery and equitable outcomes across 1,000 preK–12 districts in the state.