With the pandemic prompting many universities — including USC — to move most classes online this fall, and with school districts debating how and when to brings students back, education is a major topic from coast to coast. Pedro Noguera is glad the country sees the need for this conversation.

“It’s a difficult situation, and schools have not gotten a lot of guidance from either the state or the federal government during this period,” Noguera — the new dean of the USC Rossier School of Education — told President Carol L. Folt on Tuesday.

In the first video in a series of presidential conversations with USC educators, Folt sat down with the dean to talk about the state of education during the pandemic and

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