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The School of Education and Counseling Psychology has prepared teachers and instructional leaders to transform their classrooms, organizations, and communities for more than 100 years, and has prepared future counselors, therapists, and mental health professionals to transform lives, organizations, and communities for more than 50 years.
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The Department of Education announces two new emphasis areas within the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Education program: Learning with Technology and International Education.
SAN JOSE and SANTA CLARA, Calif. – In a move designed to improve strategic outcomes at Catholic schools, the Diocese of San Jose to train 100 educators in blended learning.
Nicholas Ladany, PhD talks about "teens arrested for assault after girl's suicide" on ABC7 and "law banning gay conversation therapy" on NBC news.
Shauna Shapiro, Ph.D. talking about mindfulness on an interview with UC Berkeley, Greater Good.
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