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SDSU College of Education

  • Why Are Minority Men Struggling To Finish Community College?
  • New Online Masters in Technology Leadership is First of Its Kind
  • Kids’ Science Camp Makes Learning Fun
  • Teacher Education Master's Programs at SDSU
  • Teacher Credential Graduates
  • Dean Joseph Johnson recalls pivotal moment

Men of Color Struggling at Community Colleges

A recent report found that only 5 percent of black and Latino men earn degrees or certificates at community colleges compared to 32 percent of white men. Dr. Luke Wood speaks with KPBS' Peggy Pico.
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Online MA in Tech Leadership First of Its Kind

SDSU and the San Diego County Office of Education are excited to announce the launching of a collaborative Online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program focusing on Technology Leadership.

Kids’ Science Camp Makes Learning Fun

Aztec Science Camp offers hands-on learning for kids in the community.
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Teacher Education Master's Programs at SDSU

MA & MAT grad students talk about their experiences in these advanced degree programs designed to promote and support learning and development through scholarly reading, study, and exchange of ideas.
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Teacher Credential Programs at SDSU

Hear from former students about their experience as teachers and going through a program that prepares highly qualified teachers by offering over a century of teaching and learning experience.
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Bus Ride Steers Dean Johnson to Education

For much of his childhood, Dean Johnson thought he’d grow up to be an attorney. In this U-T San Diego article, he recalls a pivotal moment when a bus ride changed the direction of his life.

    More College of Education Headlines

    J. Luke Wood spoke at the Summit on Black Males hosted by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans and Morehouse College.
    COE students presented research on a wide range of topics from radio literacy programs in Afghanistan to diversity awareness to counter racially themed college parties. Four COE participants were award winners.
    Former SDSU College of Education Dean, Dr. Ric Hovda and SDUSD Superintendent Cindy Marten spoke to Good Morning San Diego about the need for more teachers in our communities.
    Dr. Pang's SDSU/Claremont doctoral students learned that researchers must have clear goals, and the persistence and courage to tackle a long journey. Several students received acceptances from editors.
    Dr. André J. Branch created a partnership between SDSU and the Patulup Parimaria and Basico School in Guatemala where each spring break he takes students to Guatemala to teach in this rural school.
    Lindsay Goulet, physics teacher at Coronado High School and COE grad, was honored by the Coronado Eagle & Journal as the CHS ASB Teacher of the Month.
    Students and graduates talk about the success they’ve experienced because of their preparation in the Bilingual Credential Program at SDSU.
    Marissa Vasquez, a student in the SDSU Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership, was recently selected as a 2014 Graduate Student Fellow by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE).

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    Office Hours & Location

    Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Education & Business Administration (EBA)

    Dean's Office: Room 346
    Admissions & Advising: Room 259

    Mailing Address

    College of Education
    San Diego State University
    5500 Campanile Drive
    San Diego, CA 92182-1154

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    Dean's Office Phone: 619.594.6091
    Admissions & Advising: 619.594.6320
    Fax: 619.594.7082

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