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Inspiration often comes from those who are closest to our hearts. Recent alumnus and long-time single mother Sandy Ramos has experienced this firsthand.

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How Brandman Attracts And Retains Quality Teachers In Classrooms

Now more than ever before is the best time to be a teacher! The state of California alone is experiencing a huge shortage of qualified educators. According to the California Teachers Association,

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From Aspiring To Inspiring: An Educator's Story Of Achieving Her Dreams

Katherine Bumgardner walked across this year's commencement stage full of joy, pride and love for her wonderful, supportive family. As a two-time Brandman University graduate, we are happy to feature her journey from being a once aspiring teacher to becoming an inspiring educator, leader and lifelong learner. Here is Katherine's story in her own words.

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Top Ten Technology Tools For Educators

It may be summer vacation but educators are always looking for ways to enhance the student experience. There are so many sites competing for your attention it is hard to sift through them all. We have put together a list of some of the best websites and apps for teachers today. This is not exhaustive by any means but it certainly gets you started.

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Graduate Has Early Childhood Education Close to Heart

By Steve Quis on Jun 16, 2014

Melissa Underwood has been teaching at the Child Development Center at West Hills College in Lemoore, California for the past two years. “I love it so much that the pay really isn’t important,” said Underwood. “I know that sounds really cheesy and cliché, but I love the atmosphere and the experience.”  This recent Brandman University graduate has not only inspired her own professional future but has also made a lasting impact on her daughter's educational dreams.

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Topics: Student Life, Student Spotlight, Hanford, School of Education

Transformational Change Project Boosts Ed.D Student into Leadership Role

By Steve Quis on Jun 10, 2014

Damien Phillips never expected to be a school principal less than two years into his profession as an administrator. However, his acceptance into Brandman’s educational doctoral program has given Phillips the nudge he and his school district needed in order to chart a new course for not only his career, but for the culture of Kings Community School in Hanford, California.

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Topics: Student Spotlight, School of Education

Top Career Paths for Education Graduates

By Lindsay Amanda on May 6, 2014

The popularity of education both as an area of study and as a career field is due in large part to the dedicated current and prospective teachers that are motivated to inspiring future generations. It is definitely a commendable professional path which is why we have done our research to help recent education graduates find their perfect job in the field.

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Topics: Front Page, Alumni, School of Education

Autism Education and Stories of Success

By Lindsay Amanda on Apr 9, 2014

Throughout the month of April, the Autism community is spreading awareness about this challenging yet inspiring health condition. They call it a “spectrum disorder,” which in many cases can be attributed to not only the severity of the disease, but also to the range of emotions that many go through when caring for an autistic person.

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Topics: Schools, Front Page, School of Education, Disability Services

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Lynn Larsen

By Gustav Deutsch on May 28, 2013

Dr. Lynn Larsen, Brandman’s University’s Riverside Campus’ Associate Dean, School of Education recently was the featured presenter at Moreno Valley Unified School District’s GATE Informational Parent Meeting at the Moreno Valley School District Board Office.

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Topics: Schools, Riverside, School of Education