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Read the Latest Edition of Impact – the College of Education’s Newsletter

Read the eleventh issue of our new newsletter: Impact. Featuring our latest news, upcoming events, and recaps of past events. Click here to read the eleventh issue of the College of Education Newsletter: Impact. (PDF) Please note: The free Adobe Acrobat plug-in is required. Click here to download the plug-in.

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CSUF Elevated to Doctoral/Research 'R-3' Designation

Carnegie Classification Change Is Milestone for University Cal State Fullerton has been elevated to “R-3” (research) status by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, in recognition of the University’s evolution from a master’s-level comprehensive institution to one that awards doctorates. Accordingly, the newly created R-3 designation is in keeping with ...

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New Programs Prepare Teachers of English Learners

Janet Eyring (top) and Tonja Byrom were instrumental in launching CSUF's new programs to prepare students to become teachers to English-language learners in California's schools. Cal State Fullerton is offering new programs in "World Language: English Language Development" to prepare teachers to instruct English-language learners in California's diverse K-12 classrooms. Beginning this ...

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Online Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best

Cal State Fullerton's online master's degree programs in business, engineering and education are among the nation's best in their respective fields, according to 2016 rankings announced today by U.S. News & World Report. The University's online graduate business program ranks 11th in the "Best Online Programs" rankings; engineering programs are 16th; ...

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Alumna and reading expert Yvette Ortiz Iacopetti helped teach literacy skills to elementary students this summer. The school's teachers also learned about best practices and effective instruction to support student success.

Partnering to Boost Student Literacy

Through a partnership with Cal State Fullerton's Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center, teachers and students at an Orange elementary school received extra help this summer to improve students' reading, writing and language skills. University reading professors and alumni collaborated with Sycamore Elementary School teachers and the principal to provide professional learning ...

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