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Welcome to Spring Semester 2021!

Dr. Cheryl Ney

As I write this, I am struck by the limitations of human ability to forecast the future!  I don’t think anyone could have predicted how unusual our context would be for the start of 2021---with the campus now in week 46 of the pandemic -- COVID-19 infectivity remains quite high in LA County, we are witnessing a chaotic reality in the vaccination arena, a deepening economic crisis and yet see signs that our region, our state and the nation are rising to the challenges we face.  And here in the CCOE we continue to rise to the challenges of higher education in the remote modality, mostly mediated by zoom, in teaching, learning and supporting one another.

 

It is my sincerest hope that despite everything that is going on right now, you can take inspiration as it comes to you.   Listen to these words from Dr. Damary M. Bonilla-Rodriguez,  (a nationwide authority on leadership development, focused on diversity and inclusion she has a Doctorate in Education from St. John Fisher College).  She writes,

"Stay strong as you live your life story and remember your blessings, no matter what circumstances you face."

 

We will make it through this semester together “staying strong” in the face of our current circumstances, but with a view to the future –especially your future in the field of education. Every action you take this semester to learn and to prepare yourself for a career in the field of education—is taking action that writes your life story and positively impacts the lives of others.  Through education we create and can be a part of a more equitable and just future for the children, youth, adults and families in surrounding communities.

 

Please tap into all the resources the college and university has to offer you!  And know that I’m sending you best wishes for a successful semester!

 

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For questions about course enrollment, please contact the Division your program is in:

Division of Applied and Advanced Studies: Betty at  [email protected]

Division of Curriculum and Instruction: Michelle at [email protected]

Division of Special Education and Counseling: Jennifer [email protected]

For advising and credential information, please contact the Office of Student Services:

[email protected]

Visit the CCOE website for additional information!

Resources for future students or those interested in applying, as well as current students, are located in the tabs at the top of this webpage. Also visit the Covid-19+Credentialing Information site for additional information.”

If you are unable to locate the information you need, please call the Dean’s Office at 323.343.4300