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Introducing Dr. Teshia Roby, our new Associate Dean

The College of Education conducted a national search for our next Associate Dean for the College of Education. In this process, we have met with multiple candidates over this past academic year. After meeting with the candidates, reading the faculty and staff feedback, conducting reference checks, reviewing the ...

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Five Ways the CSU Is Preparing More Great Teachers

California and the nation are experiencing a serious teacher shortage. Find out how you can earn your degree and teaching credential and bring your skills to kids who need them. Chances are good you've already heard about the desperate shortage of trained and credentialed teachers – about 20,000 are needed in ...

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Students wait to receive their awards for completion of the Summer Language Academy, an English learners program put on by CSUF and Anaheim Union High School District. Behind the students is student-made graffiti, exploring their roots, heritage and personal identity, done as classwork in the program. 

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CSUF staff, students pitch in at Summer Language Academy for newcomers to the U.S.

Cal State Fullerton associate professor Fernando Rodríguez-Valls is training a new generation of bilingual teachers in CSUF’s College of Education, but even bilingualism can only get him and his four student teachers so far in the Summer Language Academy, an English-learners program run by the university and Anaheim Union High ...

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Front of the Class

Tackling the Teacher Shortage In high school, Mark Bibian’s literature teacher, Mrs. Johnston, inspired him to consider a career in teaching. Bibian recalls reading Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” a novel from 1818. “She encouraged us to view the world differently and relate it to events that were current,” says the Cal State Fullerton junior. ...

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Fulbright Scholar to Study Return of Student Migrants to Mexico

Fulbright Scholar to Study Return of Student Migrants to Mexico

To further his research on immigrant students, Julián Jefferies, assistant professor of literacy and reading education, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar. Jefferies will conduct research in Guadalajara, Mexico, focusing on the experiences of adolescent migrants who have returned to Mexico, their reintegration into school, and teacher perceptions of these students. "I ...

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