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Admitted Spartan Day 2024

Welcome to the Connie L. Lurie College of Education. Our team of Student Ambassadors, Staff, and Faculty are excited to meet you on Saturday, April 13th. Join us to learn information on program pathways, as our team provides personal insight from their Lurie College experiences and answer any questions you may have. Programs include: Child and Adolescent Development (CHAD), Communicative Disorders and Sciences, SJSU Single and Multiple Subject programs, SJSU Special Education Teaching Program, Teacher Residency Program, Spartan Accelerated Graduate Education (SAGE) Program, MA in Higher Education Leadership, and the Department of Counseling Education. See you at Admitted Spartan Day! Be sure to register by April 8th!

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At the SJSU Lurie College of Education, you will gain the skills and knowledge to prepare yourself for a future as a transformative educator, counselor, therapist, or school and community leader. Experience an emancipatory approach while you explore teaching, scholarship, and service opportunities.

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2022-2023 Annual Impact Report

Last year we accomplished some amazing things here at Lurie College. Read the stories to get a recap of some of the highlights in our 2022-2023 Annual Impact Report.

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Recent News

Introducing the Male Educators of Color Initiative (MECI): Funded Teaching Preparation and Master’s Programs

Julia Halprin Jackson talks with Lurie College Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Luis Poza about his newest role as the Director of the Male Educators of Color Initiative (MECI) and the amazing opportunities it is creating for students.

Learn about the impactful initiative

“We’re Always Striving”: Deep Dive in Five with Heather Lattimer

The Connie L. Lurie College of Education Dean Heather Lattimer shares a few examples of how the college is attracting, training and retaining next-generation educators.

Read Dean Lattimer's Deep Dive in Five

SJSU and Bay Area K16 Collaborative Partners Receive $4 Million to Streamline Education to Career Pathways

Learn more on San José State University and participating K16 collaborative partners recent grants to strengthen career pathways in our region.

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2023 Doris Prince Scholars in Their Own Words

In Fall '23, the Doris Prince Foundation awarded scholarships of $15,000 each to six of our very own graduate students earning master’s in education and/or doctorates in educational leadership degrees.

Get to know the Dorris Prince Fellows

Tiffani Marie Asks: How Are the Children?

Julia Halprin Jackson provides a look into the story of Assistant Professor of Teacher Education and Ethnic Studies and co-producer of, “The Children Could Fly,” Tiffani Marie, Ph.D.

Read about Tiffani Marie In NewsCenter

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Lecturer Everett Smith shares on his role in the Department of Special Education as a transformative educator leading the way in deaf or hard of hearing education.

Learn more on Everett Smith in the Fall '23 Washington Square Magazine

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Healthy Development Community Clinic

Our services are developmentally appropriate, equity-minded, evidence-based, and culturally sustaining for each child and family. We focus on children and youth ages 0-17 years and their families. Using a primary prevention model, we use screenings to identify need for evaluations, provide brief services, and targeted referrals to community resources and services. Educational programs are available in individual, family, and group formats both in-person, and via telehealth.

Early Childhood Institute

Recognizing the potential each and every child brings into the world, SJSU's Early Childhood Institute (ECI) seeks to transform the field of early learning and care through impactful research, training and advocacy efforts that promote equitable, high-quality, and inclusive early learning and care settings to benefit all children.

Center for Innovation in Applied Education Policy

Serving At-Promise Youth in K-12 education across California. The IAEP Center is based at San José State University and serves to empower California systems of support providers to better serve at-promise students. The Center is committed to interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaboration centered on closing opportunity gaps.

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