Peter McLaren interviewed for the National Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette This Influential Educational Journal Reaches 50,000 readers, and Ministers of Education in 22 countries

April 25, 2016 by | Faculty News

The National Institute of Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette for the National Institute of Educational Evaluation of México interviewed Distinguished Professor in Critical Studies and International Ambassador for Global Ethics and Social Justice, Peter McLaren last month. The Dangers of Educational Extremism: High-Stakes Standardized Evaluation in US K-12 Education, which includes content from McLaren’s March interview

Dr. Carl Cohn Visits to Discuss State Educational Policy

November 21, 2016 by | College of Educational Studies

Director of the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, Dr. Carl Cohn, visited the Chapman University campus Tuesday, November 15 to discuss California’s funding formula and governance process embedded in the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). In partnership with Orange Unified School District, CES brought together local school board members, superintendents, principals, teachers community members and

CES Students Offer Inquiry-Based Mathematics Instruction at Heninger Elementary

November 17, 2016 by | Student News

Chapman CES students work extensively with community schools to gain real-world teaching experience in the classroom. From observing teachers as soon as they begin their program, to student teaching themselves, CES is committed to providing practice-based learning within our community. Students enrolled in EDUC 541 recently partnered with Heninger Elementary in Santa Ana to work

CES to host Educational Roundtable on Excellent Schools: Meeting the Needs of Orange County’s Underserved Students

November 14, 2016 by | College of Educational Studies

Although structures and approaches to K-12 schooling may be widely debated, one goal unites us all: we are committed to serving all students. We would like to invite you to a community event where you have an opportunity to become an agent of change during the inaugural Chapman Educational Roundtable on Excellent Schools: Meeting the

CES Students win CASE Competition at International Leadership Association Conference

November 8, 2016 by | Student News

Three CES graduate students traveled with their advisor to Atlanta, GA. for the International Leadership Association’s annual conference held November 2-5. The students competed in the International Leadership Association Student Case Study Competition where they were required to choose a social issue and discuss how leadership theories and practices can make an impact in addressing

Dr. Michael Hass Receives Lifetime Achievement Honor from CASP

November 4, 2016 by | Faculty News

College of Educational Studies Professor Michael Hass was honored with the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) highest award during a reception in Newport Beach on October 28. The Sandra Goff Memorial Award is the organizations Lifetime Achievement Honor that recognizes career-long distinguished service to the profession of school psychology in California and beyond. “I

Dr. Monzo hosts speakers from the International Marxist humanist organization

October 27, 2016 by | Faculty News

Professor Lilia Monzó, of the College of Educational Studies, hosted three key speakers of the International Marxist Humanist Organization (IMHO) in “Marx for Today,” a special session of her Freshman Foundations Course (FFC) Revolution and Education on October 20th. Speakers included Kevin Anderson from UC Santa Barbara, author of numerous Marxist texts, including Marx at

Dr. Suzanne SooHoo Honored with Transformative Educator Award

October 25, 2016 by | Faculty News

Dr. Suzanne SooHoo, professor in the School of Education, was honored with the inaugural Transformative Educator Award from the La Fetra College of Education at the University of La Verne on October 14, 2016 during their Homecoming Alumni Reception. SooHoo is the Endowed Hassinger Chair in Education and the co-director of the Paulo Freire Democratic

Critical Pedagogy in China? Really?

August 12, 2016 by | Faculty News

It’s difficult grasp the full import of this historic event because there exists a prevailing assumption that a Communist country such as China would not be interested in an approach to pedagogy that is founded on the development of critical consciousness and social transformation.  And yet, that’s precisely where we, Peter McLaren and Suzanne SooHoo