With a dramatic increase in the number of students at the University of La Verne’s school of education, the the school has had to grow to serve all of its students.
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We’ve all experienced that feeling when we “just want to pass” a test. Usually when this happens, though, we forget actually learning the material.
Born in West Africa and raised in multicultural environments, John Bartelt, associate professor of education at University of La Verne, calls himself a “world citizen.”
In honor of its 75th anniversary as an approved teacher credentialing institution, the University of La Verne School of Education and Organizational Leadership hosted lecturer Jim Burke on Tuesday evening in Founders Auditorium.
For years, whenever I thought of my future, I envisioned myself surrounded by the sound of fingers clicking on computer keyboards and the stress of nearing deadlines inching around the clock.
Bullying has always been around. Someone from the “in” crowd finds someone to depict and label as a loser, and they are simply fair game from that point.
I want to thank you for your coverage of the Liberal Studies Program throughout the semester. There have been a lot of changes for students majoring in Liberal Studies and your newspaper has helped provide valuable information on these changes.
There is a new face to accompany the new name in the Liberal Studies Department. Lisa Porter is the new director of liberal studies at the University of La Verne.
Teachers have the power to influence a student, whether in preschool, kindergarten, high school or college.
As a public school teacher and a ULV adjunct professor, I was a bit taken aback by the Oct. 13 editorial, “Teachers Need More Experience.” I am also a bit unsure which cursory statement the editorial made that I find most egregious, but there were many.