The Center for Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness (CEEE) just celebrated its 5th anniversary as part of the College of Education at CSULB. Over the past five years CEEE has managed a combined 25 projects focused on research, evaluation, and events. Working in collaboration with clients both on and off campus, CEEE’s partners include the CSU Chancellor’s Office, Pierce College, University of Redlands, and the US Department of Education. Receiving over $4 million in awards which will carry through to 2021, CEEE’s work continues to promote and advance effective educational programs and services for students at all educational levels, in both formal and informal settings.
Additionally, CEEE has brought on board over 20 graduate assistants, along with doctoral fellows and other students who have gained fieldwork skills and other invaluable practicum experiences to augment their education.
The Center for Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness (CEEE) works in collaboration with others to promote vibrant educational programs and services and advance social justice locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. CEEE specializes in work related to STEM, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, first-generation, and low-income students.