News and Events
Biola provides new degree in response to state and federal focus on early childhood development.
April Reutter (’93) was honored by the city of Norwalk as Woman of the Year for her many contributions to the community.
These Discovery courses in art, reading, science and P.E. are offered through Biola University's School of Education, taught by University students and supervised by adjunct faculty.
Biola alumna, Koryn Parker, recently opened her own preschool in Whittier, California to address the learning gap she found in preschools in the U.S.
Haley Smith is known for her creative classroom engagement and unit decor.
Biola remembers the impact Glen Thomas made for California education, educators and students.
Reviewers noted that alumni are well prepared by Biola and excelling as teachers.
Dennis Eastman, associate professor and director of secondary education at Biola’s School of Education, traveled to Amman, Jordan to advocate for educational access for all students, including those with learning differences.
Robin LaBarbera’s new book Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Partnering with Families for Positive Outcomes to be released in January 2018.
Biola’s School of Education professors and recent graduates will provide educational training for Asian Hope teachers, a village development program that seeks to protect children and transform communities in Cambodia.
Luciano Cid, professor of education, will continue his partnership with Operation Mobilization to provide professional training for emerging and potential teachers in Zambia.
Biola’s School of Education has partnered with the Buena Park School District to continue to improve literacy among K-2 students through The Literacy Lab. Biola students are making a difference in the local community while gaining practical teaching experience.
The School of Education at Biola University launched two new, fully online graduate programs — the Master of Science in Special Education and the Master of Science in Curriculum, Instruction and Publication.
Third grade teacher and Biola School of Education alumna Alice Donawerth (M.A.Ed. Personalized ʼ13), has been selected as Teacher of the Year at Rancho Cañada Elementary School in Southern California. She has also been awarded Teacher of the Year for the entire Saddleback Valley Unified School District.
June Hetzel, dean of Biola University’s School of Education, shares her perspective on the teacher shortage, how the School of Education is preparing teachers for areas that are experiencing and addressing the crisis.