How to recruit teachers of color? Start early.
Growing up in Orange County, Antoinette Bailey didn’t have a single Black teacher during her K-12 years, and only about a quarter of her teachers were of color.
College of Education achieves accreditation after “phenomenal” showing
On March 1, the CSULB College of Education (CED) received a unanimous recommendation of accreditation from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) for 13 programs, a critical stamp of approval of how the college prepares future educators.
Dr. Shaun R. Harper: Educators’ collective action can beat back “evil”
Nationally renowned professor, writer and racial equity expert Dr. Shaun Harper delivered a powerful lecture on some of the root causes of violence and racism, and how educators can collectively interrupt such “evil,” at a College of Education-hosted event at Cal State Long Beach Thursday night.
State funds groundbreaking college-going program for students with disabilities
Young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities will get to enjoy a college-going experience at Cal State Long Beach and five other state universities thanks to a $710,000 state grant years in the making.
Congratulations 2022-23 College of Education Student Scholars!
The College of Education at Cal State Long Beach is proud to introduce our 2022-2023 scholarship recipients and the generous donors supporting their dreams of higher education. Click the links on the left side of the page to view these accomplished students by academic level.
Challenging childhood fuels commitment to helping kids
When Marisol Duarte saw a family member who struggles with alcoholism and depression come out of jail more traumatized than rehabilitated, she wanted to see for herself why.
"Thank you for enabling students like me to pursue their dreams.”
The Dean’s Endowed Scholarship was created in 2015 by College of Education Distinguished Alumna Marnos Lelesi to support future teachers through small donations that create a sizable endowment when collected together.
Open house showcases innovations at teaching clinic
A Cal State Long Beach clinic with a 50-year tradition of offering innovative programs to train future school psychologists and counseling psychologists recently showcased its latest innovations at an open house.
Forum explores how to help students struggling with trauma
Many of today’s college students are grappling with trauma, sometimes endured during childhood and sometimes during their collegiate years, so it is important for those working in student affairs to recognize the signs, understand the impacts and help foster healing.