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California’s future educators divided on how to teach reading
Ed Source via KQED San Francisco
April 22, 2024

Karen Escalante, an assistant professor of teacher education and foundations at CSU San Bernardino and president of the California Council on Teacher Education, was interviewed for an article about new standards to teach reading adopted by the state Commission on Teacher Credentialing that emphasize “explicit instruction of fundamental skills, including phonics.”

Policing Stress, Burnout, and Mental Health in a Wake of Rapidly Changing Policies
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology

Zachary Powell (criminal justice) coauthored a study on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on law enforcement officers. “This study highlights the need for wellness initiatives in police agencies as society moves beyond the pandemic,” according to the abstract. “Navigating the post-pandemic world is key for bridging police-community divides moving forward. With this knowledge, one can better support all personnel within an agency, with ripple effects on community member safety and health.”

(In Arabic) CSUSB professor interviewed for segment on academic censorship
Alghad TV
April 22, 2024

Ahlam Muhtaseb, professor of media studies, was interviewed by the London-based Arabic-language television network for a segment about academic censorship. The interview, in Arabic, begins about 1 minute and 24 seconds into the segment.

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