College of Education Featured Stories

College showcases teacher pathways at Day at the Beach

Marissa Moreno, a student at Moorpark Community College, is trying to decide which teacher preparation program is right for her.

CED student researchers shine in competition

Three College of Education students researching better ways to teach, counsel and close achievement gaps among struggling students earned first, second and third place finishes in the 36th annual Cal State Long Beach Student Research Competition earlier this month.

Acclaimed college president found acceptance, validation at CSULB

Dr. Angelica Loera Suarez, the president of Orange Coast College, will soon receive a prestigious national award for her work supporting student success — work inspired by her experience as a first-generation, immigrant Cal State Long Beach student. In March, Suarez will be the first community college president to accept the National 

ALERT: Instructions for College of Education Students for Monday, Feb. 5

Dear College of Education Students,  The following message was sent from the university earlier this afternoon: 

Tweets, Threats, and Censorship: Campus Resources to Support Faculty During Incidents of Targeted Harassment

This is part of our series "Faculty Research: Short and sweet," where College of Education faculty share their latest work.

Survey: Graduates feel well-prepared but challenged

An overwhelming majority of recent graduates believe the College of Education prepares them well for jobs in education and counseling but could do more to help all students feel supported and to help them grapple with some considerable challenges. 

Champion of inclusive education leads Liberal Studies

When Nat Hansuvadha was a special education teacher 20-plus years ago, she felt powerless to make the changes she believed would best help her students, especially including them academically and socially in more general ed programs.