Women of Color honorees Jean Peacock and Eri Yasuhara. CSUSB Press Release 05/11/2018 Hosted by Cal State San Bernardino’s Women of Color in Academia, the May 11 event, “A Seat at the Table: Intersectionality in Higher Education,” featured a panel discussion focusing on women of color in higher education and two surprise faculty awards. The surprise awards were given to Jean Peacock and Eri Yasuhara, the two founders of CSUSB’s University Faculty Mentoring Network, for their service and mentorship. “This means so much,” said Peacock, professor emerita of psychology, who was moved to tears when the announcement was made. “What is so important to me is that I’m available to … [Read more...] about Women of Color in Academia
The CBEST is a standardized test administered throughout the state of California for individuals who want to teach at public schools and gain a credential. It is designed to evaluate basic proficiency in reading, mathematics and writing. The test is divided into three sections: reading, writing, and math. The reading and math sections contain 50 multiple-choice questions and the writing section consists of two essay questions. The test must be completed in four hours, and test-takers may use that time to work on any or all of the three sections. There is no limit to the number of times someone may take the test in order to pass, and test-takers do not have to pass all three … [Read more...] about Have You Considered Taking The CBEST?