Learn about Project Impact, CSUSB College of Education’s initiative to significantly increase K-12 teacher diversity in the Inland Empire. An online information session is set for 4 p.m. Friday, April 2.
About 125 students receiving graduate degrees from Cal State San Bernardino’s College of Education were recognized during the 2019 Credential Ceremony held June 7 at the university’s Coussoulis Arena.
Nearly 500 teachers participated at the third annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit at Cal State San Bernardino, a free day of learning led by teachers for teachers.
The free event, open to current and prospective students, counselors and faculty, begins at 6 p.m. at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, room 102.
National and regional news media interviewed Brian Levin (criminal justice) on the debate over arming teachers in the classroom and the increase in reporting possible child abuse incidents in the aftermath of the case in Perris.
Internationally acclaimed expert on creativity Sir Ken Robinson will be the guest speaker at the free summit for educators. This year’s theme: “It’s Personal: Meeting the Needs of Every Student.”
As it provides the region’s best teachers, counselors and administrators, the College of Education is training nationally recognized educators who expand and enhance their students’ learning while preparing them as the next generation’s leaders.
The national initiative, based out of the private, nonprofit National University System, now includes more than 20 universities nationwide; CSUSB is the first university to participate as part of the California State University.