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A Student-Centered Leader Says Farewell to SDSUJan 31
Lisa McCully, Director of COE’s Office for Student Success, to retire after 33 years at SDSU.
New Grant Highlights CCCE’s Commitment to Racial JusticeDec 14
First United Methodist Church of San Diego honors the center's service to the diverse City Heights community.
SDSU Expands Support, Study of Family Child Care ProvidersNov 16
New grant from Blue Shield Foundation will fund expansion of STEPS partnership into El Cajon refugee communities, will inform statewide child care policy.
SDSU Part of $102 Million Nationwide Initiative on School Principals, Equity GapOct 1
SDSU will work to build an equity-centered principal pipeline in Fresno Unified School District.
Alumni Spotlight: Rasha Roshdy’s Labor of LoveSep 22
An overheard conversation inspires a CCLEAD alumna to create a nonprofit serving refugee families.
Escobedo Appointed to State Board of EducationSep 16
Executive director of SDSU’s National Center for Urban School Transformation was appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
CSU Trustees’ Award Winner Looks to Remove BarriersSep 15
Imperial Valley native Lawson Hardrick III is pursuing a master’s in educational leadership to help inspire others.
A Message from Dean Y. Barry Chung: Welcome Back to Campus!Aug 23
Dean Y. Barry Chung offers his optimism for 2021-2022 as the COE community reunites after more than a year apart.
SDSU Part of New Training Program to Improve Access to Autism ServicesJul 22
San Diego LEND is a new multi-institutional training program aimed at improving services for individuals with autism and related developmental disabilities.
Literacy Center Addresses Pandemic Learning Loss in Local SchoolsJul 13
College of Education tutors are using research-based techniques to keep students engaged.