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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Program to Advance Latinx Leaders in Community Colleges Finds a Home

Members of the NCCHC Fellows Program 2019 cohort.
Members of the NCCHC Leadership Fellows Program's 2019 cohort.

The San Diego State University College of Education is the new home of the National Community College Hispanic Council (NCCHC) Leadership Fellows Program. The program, which aims to help Latinx community college administrators advance into leadership positions, will be hosted in our Department of Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education.

Read the full story at SDSU NewsCenter.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

COE’s Online Programs Ranked No. 8 by U.S. News

Education and Business Administration building

The San Diego State University College of Education’s online master’s programs ranked No. 8 in the nation according to the new 2020 Best Online Programs rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The ranking, which factored in SDSU’s M.A. programs in educational leadership and teacher elementary and secondary education, represented a significant jump from 2019, when SDSU placed No. 25.

Read the full story at SDSU NewsCenter.

Monday, January 6, 2020

Study Shows Promising Results for Toolkit Designed to Help Parents Receiving Home Visits

Rachel Haine-Schlagel
Dr. Rachel Haine-Schlagel adapted a toolkit for use in child welfare home visits.

While pursuing her Ph.D. in clinical psychology, Dr. Rachel Haine-Schlagel worked with children and families as a full-time clinician. She remembers being particularly struck by parents who didn’t seem engaged in treatment sessions. Some would text on their phones or ask to wait in the lobby. And she remembers how powerless that made her feel.

“It felt like heating the house with the windows open,” said Haine-Schlagel, now an associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. “I was there and I was working with them, but I didn't think anything was going to be any different after we left that room. And that's really what it's all about. It's not what happens in that one hour as a therapist that you're with that family. It's what happens in those other 23 hours, times seven, until you see them again."