The College of Education at Cal State San Bernardino held an open house on April 25 to celebrate 10 years since it moved into its building on campus. The open house took place from 4:30-7:30 p.m. in the College of Education’s atrium with welcoming remarks given by COE Interim Dean Jake Zhu, Provost Shari McMahan, faculty member Iris Riggs, COE staff retiree Terry Constant, ASI Board of Directors COE representative Yessica Rodriquez, COE alumnus and 2018 California Teacher of the Year Brian McDaniel, and philanthropists and longtime COE supporters James and Judy Watson of J.R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation. The event featured presentations and demonstrations from: Teacher Education & Foundations; Special Education Rehabilitation & Counseling; and Educational Leadership & Technology. The college is home to an extensive teacher preparation program, including six different teaching credentials, 16 master’s programs and a doctoral program in educational leadership. Its faculty is committed to providing the best quality training for those seeking a professional career in education. Organized into four departments, the college’s students have options to pursue studies in the areas of teaching, special education, educational administration, guidance counseling, reading and language arts, school psychology, rehabilitation counseling, as well as programs in career and technical studies, instructional technology, teaching English to speakers of other languages, The College of Education is regionally accredited and has established a reputation for rigorous professional preparation and quality instruction. Its faculty remain passionate about providing an intensive classroom experience that will prepare its graduates for meaningful and successful careers in education. For more information on the College of Education department demonstrations and presentation at the open house visit Visit the CSUSB College of Education website at to learn more about its programs.