The College of Educational Studies at Chapman University is committed to the development of critical scholarship and skillful leadership that inspires and respects individuals, serves communities, enriches diversity, and insures a socially just society.
Our Dean, Dr. Don Cardinal, notes, "We must change the way we develop professionals, which would include some of the successful methods we have used, many of which would be coupled with new methods. Professional education will operate on a world stage rather its present primary locale, the classroom. In the CES, our redesigned programs have been designed to be as flexible as the professional fields the students seek to enter." Read more of the message from Dean Cardinal here.
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+-Help! I am ready to apply to a graduate program, but I have questions.
Are you ready to apply to a graduate or credential program, but have questions regarding the admissions process? We have answers!
Please join our admission counselors for a live chat on Thursday, December 12 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) as they will answer your questions about the graduate admission process. Questions can be submitted through the Live Chat window on the left hand side of the graduate admissions webpage.
+-Ph.D. students create unique disability studies website for classroom teachers
The Disability Studies in Education Professional Development Website was recently launched by working educators enrolled in the Ph.D. in Education Program, each with an emphasis in disability studies. As special education specialists and teachers in the community, they were aware that regular classroom teachers were hungry for more information about meeting the unique needs of youngsters who previously would have been placed in separate classrooms and programs. Read the Full Story.
+-Response to NCTQ
In light of the recent release of the NCTQ's full report, Dean Don Cardinal's June 21, 2013 letter clarifies Chapman's and the CES' position regarding the NCTQ report. If you would like to read another respected educator's view on the NCTQ report, please see Dr. Tyrone Howard's response.
+-Partnership for New Center for Autism
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