In a virtual meeting Tuesday, the California State University system launched its new program, the CSU Center to Close Opportunity Gaps, that will work to eliminate equity gaps faced by students in K-12 education and is set to be held at Long Beach State.
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After weeks of debate, ASI ruled in favor of lobbying on behalf of the ethnic studies requirement resolution.
In a 16-0-2 vote, ASI voted to hear two bills regarding education rights for prisoners.
For decades, the U.S. public school system has seen declining numbers in special education teachers, but the university has just received money to help alleviate this problem. This semester, Long Beach State’s College of Education received two grants totaling $2.5 million to combat this problem. These grants are awarded by[Read More…]
Studying at Long Beach state to become a teacher is an often challenging process. The program consists of mostly off-campus required activities which provides students with real work experience, but often leaves students confused and distanced from the university, according to students and faculty. Alejandra Aguilar, ASI co-senator for CED,[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach will host a weeklong series of events to showcase the College of Education’s programs and work opportunities. According to Shireen Pavri, the dean of the department, Education Week is intended to serve many purposes including preparing students for educational careers, providing a platform to learn from,creating[Read More…]