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This fall semester the College of Education will welcome its first cohort of approximately 100 students enrolled in the HSI Caminos Project, a student pipeline program aimed at increasing Latina/o and Hispanic students in the teaching profession. 
Dr. James Scott, Faculty in Educational Leadership, and his sisters have established an endowed scholarship in memory of their father, Kenneth “Wayne” Scott, an elementary school principal in LAUSD for over 30 years (Taper, Leapwood, Caroldale, San Gabriel Ave schools). Primarily funded by the Scott Family Trust, the total endowment will be in excess of $30,000, including almost $7,000 donated by friends, colleagues, doctoral alumni and family members. In order to qualify for the scholarship,...
Dr. Bita Ghafoori has been awarded a $2 million grant from the State of California Victim Compensation Board. This funding will support the mental health services, research, education, and outreach conducted at the Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center (LBTRC), where Dr. Ghafoori serves as Director.
This year, the annual Better Together: CA Teachers Summit brought hundreds of educators to CSULB for a day focused on engaging, connecting, learning, and recharging under the theme of, "It's Personal."
The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) has just completed a month-long video series highlighting the College of Education’s UTEACH pathway The video series focuses on the power and positive reciprocal effects of creating a residential clinical practice program, in which College of Education student teachers work alongside master teachers throughout the school year.
Terquoia Bourne, author and CED alumna, has published her first children’s book, Baby Boy, What Will You Be?. The story, written from the perspective of a mother bonding with her infant son, explores the capacity within each person to positively impact the world. Bourne said of the story, “The book really highlights the power of words and the importance of affirming children at a young age. All children should know they are loved and they have the potential to accomplish great things in life....