MSJC Child Development & Education Center Receives Praise from State

The Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Child Development & Education Center recently received rave reviews following a formal visit from the California Department of Education-Early Education Division.

Teachers and students grapple with fears and confusion about new laws restricting pronoun use

Indianapolis high school senior Caston Peters had used they and them or he and him pronouns at school for three years without a problem, but they came home a few days into this school year and told their mother that the situation had changed.

Black and Latino students lack access to certified teachers and advanced classes, US data shows

America’s Black and Latino students are at a disadvantage in nearly every measure of educational opportunity, with less access to advanced classes, counselors and even certified teachers, according to data released Wednesday by the U.S. Education Department.

The Unfairness of the WEP & GPO

I began my teaching career in January of 1978, having previously worked for 12 years in a variety of jobs in which I contributed to Social Security. While teaching, I also worked odd jobs to make up for the rather low pay and for those summer “vacations” in which we, as teachers, were not paid.

Career Fair Puts Students on the Fast Track

This year’s Columbia Mailman Career Fair—one of the country’s largest public health recruiting events—brought more than 50 employers to campus, including leading consulting firms, government agencies, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, nonprofits, international organizations like UNICEF, and more.