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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill targeting a school district’s ethnic studies programs on May 11, creating yet another controversy involving immigration.
Professor of Education Carol Morecki-Oberg recently came back from a sabbatical in which she left behind traditional research methods and took a journey of reflection.
If there ever was a time to question the priorities of the United States it is now. Massive unemployment, political partisanship and ongoing debate as to why the financial system collapsed have riddled Washington. However a leading indicator of what our country has evolved into can be found in the allocation of how we spend money.
Cleveland Hayes, assistant professor of education, spoke from the heart Monday focusing on the experience of his grandmother, an African American school teacher working in the heart of the Jim Crow South.
When attending college there are two major headaches that plague the enjoyable experience – passing classes and paying for them.
With the economy unstable as it is, Americans are being extra-cautious with every dollar. And yet for many college students, their dollars, whether earned or borrowed, are headed towards one place: graduate school.
The University of La Verne was awarded a five-year, $2.8 million Title V grant from the United States Department of Education, making it the fourth Title V grant the University has received.
Mark Goor, dean of the College of Education and Organizational Leadership, put the University of La Verne to the test with his faculty lecture series talk Monday.