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Welcome from Dean Tarver Behring

Welcome back to Spring 2021 in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education! We are pleased to have our newly admitted students join our current students for a very special semester. Our college will operate virtually this spring for our safety, and will continue to offer exciting virtual instruction by our outstanding faculty who are committed to meaningful and rewarding student engagement. In addition, our talented staff are here to assist students virtually to ensure a successful semester... Read more

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StrengthUnited Supports Our Community Through Crisis

October 29, 2020

Stephanie Molen, with a representative from Forces of Nature Productions, picking up a donation of stuffed animals for children

StrengthUnited provides intervention, prevention, and outreach services to thousands of children, adults, and families throughout our community, and hundreds of CSUN students have received their undergraduate and graduate training there. When COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down, StrengthUnited quickly adapted in order to continue providing 24/7 crisis services, and expanded their work to meet the growing need and reduce factors known to contribute to abuse and maltreatment. Read more

Pete Goldschmidt Awarded Project Grant

October 29, 2020

Pete Goldschmidt

Dr. Pete Goldschmidt has received an award from the State of Mississippi for his project entitled, “Evaluating English Language Progress Models: The Sensitivity of Claims about Progress Across State Models” in the amount of $290,185. This award represents a significant accomplishment on his part and an important contribution to the University. Congratulations, Pete!

Educational Leadership Alumni Publish New Book

October 28, 2020

Book cover of "High-Achieving Latino Students"

Dr. Jeremiah Gonzalez ‘07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Principal at Burbank Boulevard Elementary & Gifted Global Learning Magnet, and Dr. Veronica Ventura Gonzalez ’07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Assistant Principal at Vintage Magnet Elementary School, published a new book, High-Achieving Latino Students: Successful Pathways Toward College and Beyond (Information Age Publishing, 2020). Read more

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