Kimberly White-Smith, dean of the LaFetra College of Education, talked about her findings on the experiences of Black mother scholars in education on Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture.
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Congratulations to the following undergraduate students who received a GPA of 3.75 or higher as a full-time student. We applaud and celebrate your hard work, dedication, and commitment. ~Dean Kimberly White-Smith and Associate Dean Kristan Venegas
The University of La Verne LaFetra College of Education received a $400,000 grant from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity, which will go toward the LaFetra College of Education’s efforts in diversifying the teaching profession in the classroom and within the surrounding region.
Anthony LaFetra, University of La Verne trustee, and president and chief executive of the Rain Bird Corporation, died on Jan. 29 from an undiagnosed cancer. He was 80.
The LaFetra College of Education opened a Center for Teacher Leadership and Learning Innovation this fall.
La Fetra College of Education’s Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research held a conference about introducing more diversity into high school and higher education curricula Saturday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Queer Education 101, developed by a group of faculty, will provide informative sessions about active ally education for all groups in the LGBT spectrum, along with increasing people’s awareness and knowledge for marginalized groups.
Life coach and motivational speaker Whitley Porter leads the Black Girl Magic panel discussion March 28 in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne has added a new master of arts in social justice higher education administration. The program, which stated in the fall of 2017, is designed to train “culturally competent” student affairs professionals. The program was developed by Issac Carter, assistant professor of education, who currently serves as the program chair for […]
The LaFetra College of Education hosted a talk, “What’s Our Role: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Public Education,” Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.