“We changed the name because we believe the most enduring issues in education are tied to issues of equity. We strive to be a program that prepares our students to transform systems to be more inclusive.”
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“The best part of our program is our commitment to keeping wellness at the center of what we do. Whether it be faculty, students, alumni or clients, there is a dedication to engaging with each other in authentic, meaningful, and healthy ways.”
Assistant Professor Kara Coffino brings her passion and academic focus of diversifying the teaching population to the Center for Educator Preparation teacher licensure program
“I feel like I’m the lucky one because of the large number of amazing students who have passed through and continue to be a part of my life journey,” said 2019 Best Teacher Dawn Mallette.
Dae Seok Chai, Ph.D., an expert in organizational change and human resource development, has joined the CSU School of Education faculty.
School of Education Assistant Professor Jessica Gonzalez was recently honored for her outstanding teaching and research in multicultural counseling by the Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
Susan Faircloth, director of the School of Education, was recently named a ‘Hidden Figure’ in the field of educational leadership at the University Council for Educational Administration’s national conference.
A new study abroad course in Thailand gives students in all disciplines the opportunity to learn cultural applications of lifelong learning.
School of Education Director Susan C. Faircloth writes about the need for culturally responsive systems and practices to improve outcomes for Native students for the ACT Center for Equity in Learning blog.
School of Education faculty members Donna Cooner and Wendy Fothergill will moderate a free webinar, Supporting Novice Principals on the Job: Mentoring Support in Difficult Situations, on November 28.