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Congratulations Ed.D. Alumni Anabel Perez

We would like to congratulate Anabel Perez, a student in Ed.D. Cohort 8, who directs Mt. SAC's Bridge Program that was recognized by Excelencia in Education. Mt. SAC's Bridge Program is one of six community college finalists from throughout the country nominated for the Examples of Excelencia 2016 awards. The national award celebrates programs that promote Latino student achievement. Beginning in 1998, the Bridge Program helps first-time basic skills level freshmen succeed in college. Through the use ...

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Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Choi

Congratulations to assistant professor, Dr. Daniel Choi on securing a $253,261 continuing service grant from the Rancho Santiago Community College District for your work on the CSUF Teacher Pathway Partnership!

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Most Diverse Ed.D Student Body

We are proud to announce that these incoming 50 Ed.D. students are the most diverse we have had in our 10 year program. Special thanks for this year's success go to Dr. Marc Ecker, Dr. Ding-Jo Currie, Dr. Dawn Person, and Dr. Natalie Tran. Also, thank you to Dr. Hasmik Danielian, Superintendent of the Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District, for partnering with us to host a cohort at the NLMUSD Office!     

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CSUF Faculty Training Focuses on First-Generation Students

Cal State Fullerton’s Faculty Development Center this summer presented its first-ever extended, multi-day faculty institute focused on first-generation college students, their struggles and the importance of faculty support for this student population. “Over half of our students at Cal State Fullerton are first-generation college students and research shows that, as a result, they do have different instructional needs,” said Maria Estela Zarate, associate professor of educational leadership and one of the institute leaders. In May, 54 percent ...

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Dr. Natalie Tran explains why bilingualism matters

                    Dr. Natalie Tran was recently interviewed by the Orange County Register to speak on why bilingualism matters. Dr. Tran shared that bilinguals experience various benefits. This includes enhanced communication and an edge in the job market. In addition, bilinguals tend to exhibit enhanced cognitive skills and experience better educational outcomes. She also shared how to raise bilingual kids at home. Drawing from her own experience, she recommended for parents to be intentional about which language they ...

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