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Three College Faculty Win Outstanding Faculty Awards
11 December 2014
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Sacramento City Schools to Establish Ethnic Studies as Graduation Requirement
9 June 2015
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CSU Trustees appoint Robert S. Nelsen as president of California State University, Sacramento
25 March 2015
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Caroline Turner to receive University Award for Research and Creative Activity
23 February 2015
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Asst. Vice Chancellor Young Discusses Proposed Regulations
05 January 2015
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Three College Faculty Win Outstanding Faculty Awards
11 December 2014
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French teacher Nicole Naditz named National Language Teacher of the Year
1 December 2014
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Former COE Student in the News
26 November 2014
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ACTFL Announces 2015 National Language Teacher of the Year
21 November 2014
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Recognition of National School Psychology Awareness Week
20 November 2014
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College Elects New Teaching Credentials Chair
4 November 2014
The College of Education announced the election of Dr. Stephanie Biagetti as the incoming Chair of Teaching Credentials.
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Carlos Nevarez Book Publication
31 October 2014
Carlos Nevarez is proud to announce the publication of his latest book, "Ethical Leadership and the Community College Paradigms, Decision-Making, and Praxis," co-authored with J. Luke Wood.
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Pia Wong Interviewed for EdSource Article
09 October 2014
Teacher preparation enrollments plummet.
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M.I.N.D. Institute 2014-2015 Distinguished Lecturer Series
8 October 2014
The UC Davis MIND Institute has announced its 2014-2015 lecture series.
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Unity Chats Continuing the Conversation
7 October 2014
Students, faculty and staff are invited to informal conversations about issues, events and topics that are of interest to our campus.
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Professor takes the helm of national school psychologists' group
22 July 2014
Sac State Professor Stephen Brock is the new president of the National Association of School Psychologists.
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Counselor Education Students Pass Exam with Flying Colors
03 December 2013
This semester's counselor education students passed the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination with unprecedented scores.
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College Alumnus Timothy Smith Named One of California's Teachers of the Year
19 November 2013
Education alumnus Timothy Smith was recently honored as one of five California Teachers of the Year and will also represent California in the National Teacher of the Year competition.
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New principal aims to stay at Jefferson
24 October 2013
A College of Education graduate becomes principal of Jefferson Elementary and state test scores rise.
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The College of Education is Highlighted on Made at Sac State
10 October 2013
In this episode, get to know the College of Education, where the education of and training for teachers, counselors, administrators, school psychologists and public policy makers have been happening since 1947.
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Two Teachers Advance to Statewide Competition
17 August 2013
A College of Education Single Subject Credential graduate was named Sacramento County Teachers of the Year 2014.
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Sacramento County Teachers of the Year 2014 Announced
16 August 2013
Tim Smith, IMet Student from Sac State, received the "Sacramento County Teacher of the Year 2014" award.
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Press Release: Teacher Education Professor Introduces Micro-Summits Concept
12 June 2013
Like many college professors, Elisa Garzitto-Michals attends many academic conferences. In doing so, she realized much of the best interaction happened when people got together in small groups outside formal meetings. And that led to a great idea: the micro-summit.
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Professor Caroline Turner To Deliver Keynote at Multicultural Conference
2 May 2013
The annual Multicultural Conference, now celebrating its nth year, will be kicked off with a speech from Educational Leadership Professor Caroline Turner. This year's conference theme is "The Richness/Power of Diversity: Leadership, Pedagogy and School Transformation."
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Alternative Education Expert Lorie Hammond Discusses the Reggio Emilia Educational Method on Capital Public Radio
25 March 2013
Department of Teacher Education Professor Lorie Hammond discusses Reggio Emilia, an alternative teaching method emerging from Italy. Reggion Emilia is focused on preschool and primary students, emphasizing self-direction, sense experience, the importance of human relationships, and self-expression.
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