Charter College of Education, California State University Los Angeles

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    CCOE Master of Science in Counseling program ranked #2 in the West!
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    Hattie Mitchell, a 2008 graduate of the Charter College of Education’s Urban Learning Program, founded a school to address the needs of homeless students. Click to read how she did it.
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Dean’s Message

Dr. Cheryl Ney

Here we are at the start of Spring Semester 2019!  Welcome back to your academic pursuits!

With the historic LAUSD strike unfolding before us, we find ourselves faced with an interesting context for the field of education in Los Angeles and beyond.  Alia Wong, who interviewed striking teachers for her feature in The Atlantic (January 14, 2019) said, “…when asked how their own background may have informed their take on the strike, almost every LAUSD teacher I interviewed used the word “personal”.”

I have come to know that the CCOE commitment to educator preparation is also enlivened by the personal commitment of our faculty, staff, and administrative team.  It is so enriching to see how that personal commitment leads to the compassionate and high-quality training that prepares our students to become exceptional and caring educators – counselors, teachers, and educational leaders – committed to inclusivity, student success, and the value of all individuals in our communities.  That is something worth fighting for, and something we are seeing demonstrated on the streets of Los Angeles right now as educators take part in what for many will be the most important civic engagement of their lives!

So my hope for you in our academic arena this spring is that you remember to make all of your efforts personal. By doing so, you will enhance your personal, intellectual and professional development!  

Warmly,

Dean Cheryl L. Ney

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Events

Events Calendar

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Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Populations:

GANG PREVENTION

Friday, March 1, 2019 | 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Golden Eagle Ballrooms

RSVP by 2/15

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CAL STATE LA LINKED LEARNING

SPRING SYMPOSIUM

Mobile Community of Practice Phone Application Launch

Spring Symposium

March 15, 2019

9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Golden Eagle Ballroom-3rd Floor

California State University

Los Angeles 5151 University Drive

Los Ángeles 90032

Building and sustaining communities of practice within Green Pathway Programs through the Mobile Community of Practice (mCoP) application

Linked Learning 2020 Initiative

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Dr. Manisha Javeri

mjaveri@exchange.calstatela.edu


Save-the-Date

Saturday, April 27, 2019
 
3rd Annual Mental and Behavioral Health Conference
Connecting the Mind and Body: Impact of the Current Social and Political Climate
 
California State University, Los Angeles
Golden Eagle Ballrooms
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
More info forthcoming


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Devin Examines the History of Sex Ed in Public Schools

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In an article by Gabrielle M. Ciraco, BingUNews profiles Julia Devin, who received her Master’s in Educational Foundations from the Charter College of Education. Now in a history Ph.D. program at Binghamton University, State University of New York, Devin is examining the history of sex education in public schoolsClick on this link to read the full article.


Alumna highlighted by Lady Gaga's foundation

Alumna highlighted by Lady Gaga's foundation

Alumna and Charter College of Education graduate student Roxana Preciado shared her story with Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation. In the foundation's video, she talks of being kicked out of the house at 16 after coming out as gay and experiencing homelessness. She shares her journey of starting her own family and achieving her educational goals. "Just keep fighting and don't believe people when they tell you, you can't," Preciado says in the video. "Because I have heard 'you can't,' my entire life, and I did, and you can too." Preciado received a bachelor's degree from Cal State LA in rehabilitation studies and is pursuing a master's degree in counseling.

 


Flores Talks LA Teachers Strike with KPFK

Flores Talks LA Teachers Strike with KPFK

Sonali Kolhatkar of Rising Up with Sonali on NPR/KPFK Radio speaks with CCOE Professor Charles Flores on the just-concluded strike by LAUSD teachers. To see the full interview, visit:

http://www.risingupwithsonali.com/did-los-angeles-teachers-win/.  

 

 

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