New Ceres campus home to adult education classes, part of regional effort
Congratulations to Jim Riggs for being awarded the Patricia Cross Papers Fellowship for 2015-16 from the League of Innovations in the Community College.
Congratulations to Laura Fong on her proposal being accepted at the ACSA/ASAA Women in Leadership Forum "Are you a Queen Bee? How to build and empower aspiring and current female leaders"
Congratulations to Michael McCandless. He has been appointed as the new Dean of Student Equity at Merced College
Congratulations to Jesse De La Cruz on the New York Times article.
How Do You Define a Gang Member?
By Daniel Alarcon
Dr. Kathleen Pon published an article in Ed Leadership for May/June issue.
"Building a Shared Understanding of Learning."
Situating teacher inquiry: a micropolitical perspective
Anysia P. Mayer and others
Published online: 27 Mar 2015
'It's like giving us a car, only without the wheels': a critical policy analysis of an early college programme
Leslie Ann Locke & Kathryn Bell McKenzie
Published online: 16 Mar 2015
Congratulations to Daniel Soodjinda and Katie Olivant on their recent articles
Soodjinda, D., Parker, J.K., Ross, D.L. & Meyer, E.J. (2015). CSU Digital Ambassadors: An empowering and impactful faculty learning community. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 31(1), 35-42
Olivant, K. (2015). "I Am Not a Format": Teachers' experiences with fostering creativity in the era of accountability. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 29(1), 115-129.
Moving the center of expertise: Applying a communities of practice framework to understand coaching in urban school reform
J Educ Change
Anysia Mayer, Sarah Woulfin, and Larisa Warhol
Creating High Leverage Policies: A New Framework to Support Policy Development
Berkeley Review of Education, 4(2)
Author: Casey D. Cobb, Morgaen L. Donaldson, and Anysia P. Mayer
Dr. Dawn Poole presented at the Fall Computer Using Educators Conference in Napa, CA
"Digital Media in Teaching Reading"
Dr. Kathryn Bell McKenzie And Glenn Phillips presented the paper:
"Equity Traps Then and Now: Deficit Thinking, Racial Erasure and Naive Acceptance of Meritocracy"