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Preparing to Be a Teacher in a Different State Jasmine Skipworth, IES ’16, shares her pathway to becoming a teacher in Washington.

January 9, 2023 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

“Although I was born in California, I’ve spent most of my life in Washington state. It is my home. I knew I would want to return after finishing my undergraduate degree,” shares Jasmine Skipworth, IES ’16.  Skipworth attended Chapman University in 2012 to be a sociology major with an anthropology minor. From a young age, she

Message from the Dean

January 6, 2023 by Dean Roxanne Greitz Miller | News

The Attallah College of Educational Studies at Chapman University is a close collaborator with many local PreK-12 public school districts and their superintendents. Research has demonstrated consistently that educator preparation is most effective when it includes extensive presence in and participation of local schools. Our mutual, joint efforts prepare educators – classroom teachers, school counselors,

Attallah College’s Great Success at the California Association of School Psychologists Conference

January 4, 2023 by | News

Chapman is honored to have been involved with the annual California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. Attallah College of Educational Studies was represented in 13 total activities. Dr. Brianna Meshke McLay, an Attallah College Ed.S. and Ph.D. alum, was presented the Michael Goodman award at the CASP convention for research associated with her dissertation,

Attallah College Professor’s New Book Shares Research on the Impact of Family Engagement on a Student’s Success Dr. Stephany Cuevas releases her second book titled, “Everyone Wins!: The Evidence for Family-School Partnerships and Implications for Practice."

December 12, 2022 by | News

Dr. Stephany Cuevas, an Assistant Professor of Education in the Integrated Educational Studies (IES) program, releases her second book,  “Everyone Wins!: The Evidence for Family-School Partnerships and Implications for Practice.” Ramping up from a research project that began in 2019 during her time at Harvard Graduate School of Education, Dr. Cuevas and her colleagues put

The Santa Ana Unified School District’s “Grow Your Own” Initiative with Special Education Teacher Program at Chapman University

October 19, 2022 by | News

Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies is proud to partner with the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) to launch the “Grow Your Own” Special Education Teacher Program. The initiative allows SAUSD classified employees to pursue a master’s degree and a teacher credential at Chapman University, with zero out-of-pocket cost*.  “We are so very

Chapman University Recognizes Dr. Jared T. Izumi as the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient for Attallah College of Educational Studies

October 4, 2022 by | News

Each year, Chapman University honors alumni who have proven themselves to be exceptional in their accomplishments. As leaders in education, organizations and communities, the honorees represent the finest values and achievements of Chapman alumni, and serve as role models for students and others in our community. Attallah College of Educational Studies honored Dr. Jared T.

Building Spaces for Belonging Advocate and educator, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed., delivers keynote at Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s 2022 Summit

September 19, 2022 by | News

The Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s (TPI) 2022 Summit on Disability and Inclusion brings together a variety of stakeholders dedicated to developing inclusive spaces for the disability community in schools, employment, and society.  Disability Awareness Disability rights advocate and educator, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed., joined the in-person event to share an intimate keynote address titled,

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