The Thompson Policy Institute on Disability (TPI) garnered immense interest for its 2023 Summit on Disability and Inclusion. The annual event gathered 600 registered participants — including education faculty, teachers, medical professionals, business leaders, service providers, families, and self-advocates — all eager to engage in this crucial discussion. The eighth annual cornerstone event organized by
Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies has been awarded a $249,106 planning grant to develop a new Special Education teacher preparation pathway. The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing’s (CTC) grant program aims to develop four-year integrated teacher preparation programs, targeting areas of recognized teacher shortages, through bachelor’s degree programs that contain a teaching credential.
Dear Attallah College Families, Sending your child off to college is an exhilarating and bittersweet moment for any parent. As the parent of an aspiring educator, you have an incredible opportunity to foster your child’s growth and independence during their college journey. While your love and support are invaluable, it is equally important to strike
Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies is thrilled to announce that Dean Roxanne Greitz Miller has been named an Impact Academy Fellow by the national nonprofit organization, Deans for Impact (DFI). Dean Miller joins a respected group of educational leaders recognized for their deep commitment to transforming and improving teacher preparation. Educator preparation programs
Three esteemed faculty members from the Attallah College of Educational Studies have recently garnered recognition as principal and co-principal investigators for community-focused research projects totaling over $19,000. Funding for these projects was awarded from the second annual Attallah College Solutions Grants competition. In keeping with Attallah College’s five-year strategic plan, the Solutions Grants initiative encourages
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is the first year of a two-year kindergarten experience in California. In addition to holding a Multiple Subject Credential, after August 1, 2023, all TK teachers must also meet one of the following requirements: Have completed at least 24 credits in early childhood education, child development, or both; or Have professional experience in
Chapman University is proud to have been strongly represented in the prestigious 2023 American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference. The Attallah College of Educational Studies’ faculty, staff, and alumni showcased its expertise in 36 meetings, panels, and paper and poster presentations during the conference. Furthermore, faculty and staff members earned recognition through four awards presented
Dr. Stephany Cuevas, an assistant professor in the Integrated Educational Studies (IES) program at Attallah College of Educational Studies, received the “Early Career Award” for her first book, “Apoyo Sacrificial, Sacrificial Support: How Undocumented Latinx Parents Get Their Children to College.” The award was presented at the 18th annual American Association of Hispanics in Higher