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For College of Education graduate student, Ishmael Pruitt, mentorship is critical to student success. A student in CED's Student Development in Higher Education program, Pruitt spends most of his time studying and working as a mentor to young males without role models. The importance of mentorship was made apparent to Pruitt when he was almost kicked out of college after his first year. It was at that time that a faculty member provided guidance.
The College of Education has been a proud partner of Long Beach Unified School District’s (LBUSD) Adult Community Transition (ACT) Program since 1988. Initially beginning with the support of LBUSD and several CSULB administrators, the program has continued to grow throughout the years providing services in the areas of access, accountability, and achievement to students with disabilities, ages 18-22.
Interested in learning more about our alumni? Check out an alumni testimonial from the School Counseling program. This program is currently open for admission for fall 2019 and applications are due January 15, 2019.
The Million Dollar Question: “How do I Teach Reading Effectively?” In the past two decades, I have been asked this million dollar question each year by teacher candidates in my courses, and we have been exploring possible answers to this question. “How do I Teach Reading Effectively?”
The 2019-20 College of Education scholarship application is now open in the BeachScholarships system! Submit a single application for over 100 scholarships across the CED and the university, ranging from $500-$5000. DEADLINE:  Friday, February 15, 2019 by 11:59pm. HOW TO APPLY:  www.csulb.edu/beachscholarships
Irvine Valley College welcomed four College of Education alumni to the School of Guidance & Counseling as full-time Counselors.