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In her own way, she bucked the bias of the system to earn full professorship at the university, the first African American tenured in the College of Education at CSUSB, and the first African American with professor emerita status there.
By 1983, she founded the Provisional Accelerated Learning (PAL) Center in Muscoy, which has since worked with thousands of local kids and teens in academic and training programs.
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Nancy Acevedo, associate professor at Cal State San Bernardino and co-author of “The Chicana/o/x Dream,” is one of 40 instructors nationwide who will participate in a Macmillan Learning project to research and test how digital software, such as Macmillan’s Achieve platform, can help close equity gaps in course completion for underserved students. The Macmillan Learning project is funded by a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
“I’m looking forward to participating in this research, and seeing firsthand the impact that digital learning platforms can have on metacognition and sense of belonging for Latina/o/x students,” Acevedo said.
The new study will focus on underserved students who are taking college-level introduction to psychology and introduction to sociology courses, which are considered foundational, “gateway courses” to degree completion.
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