Our Master's in Higher Education (MSHE) students and the Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership (C-REAL) hosted the Annual Maywood Education Fair at Saint Rose of Lima Church on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
The Maywood Education fair is a community event where underrepresented high school students and their families were provided information about college and financial aid.
Nine Maywood Community scholarships were awarded to exceptional Maywood high school students. All scholarships totaled about $4,000.
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Please join us for our fifth annual research symposium titled, “From research to policy and practice: Promising practices in education,” an educational symposium featuring P-12 and Community College students and Alumni. It will be held on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 from 4:30-7:30 PM, Titan Student Union Pavilion A&B.
This event is presented by the CSUF College of Education, our Ed.D. Program, and the Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership. For more information please contact the Educational Leadership at ...
Our department, and the CSUF College of Education hosted The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate June Convening at Cal State Fullerton. The event was held from June 8th through June 10th.
This conference brought together over 175 educational leaders from across the nation to collaborate and engage in discussion about advancing the Educational Doctorate (Ed.D.). Topics of discussion including the following: equity and justice in education, and ways for doctoral students to earn their degree ...
On April 14, 2015, the U.S. Department of Education fined Corinthian Colleges $30 million for misrepresentation of job placement claims. Following the fine, the 30 Corinthian College locations (Everest, Heald, and Wyotech campuses) closed without prior notice to its students, and employees. Because of this, thousands of students were displaced and left with financial burden and uncertainty about their educational future.
Educational Leadership Associate Professor Dr. Estela Zarate, along with Dr. Patricia Perez, recently submitted a grant proposal to conduct a Comprehensive Needs Assessment for the Migrant Education Program coming out of the San Diego County Office of Education.