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White Cane Safety Day Celebration on Tap Tuesday at Portland State

The Pedestrian Safety Action Coalition and community supporters beam at a meeting last week.

A white cane is more than a tool that blind people use to explore the world around them, it also represents safety and equality. 681 more words


Ray Behrens Recreation Area, Mark Twain Lake, Missouri

Ray Behrens campground is one of three or four recreational areas at COE’s Mark Twain Lake.  Available sites include everything from primitive camping to full hooks ups and some sites are reservable while the rest are first come-first serve. 603 more words

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Portland metro area school administrators and PSU College of Education discuss ways of addressing potential teacher shortage

COE Dean Marvin Lynn

By Jillian Daley

Portland metro area school district administrators shared solutions such as university partnerships, in-house teacher prep programs and national searches to solve a potential statewide teacher shortage that could result from the Student Success Act. 825 more words


COE Professor Serving as Liaison to Literacy Group

Prof. Maika Yeigh

The Oregon Council of Teachers of English (OCTE) announced Sept. 28 that it had designated Portland State University College of Education’s (COE) Maika Yeigh as the new liaison to the Executive Board of the Oregon State Literacy Association (OSLA). 133 more words


Portland State Alumna Named Oregon Teacher of the Year

PSU alumna Mercedes Muñoz, named the Oregon Teacher of the Year, beams in front of Franklin High School, where she teaches.

First-generation college graduate and Portland State University alumna Mercedes Muñoz has been honored with the 2020 Oregon Teacher of the Year award. 462 more words


Professor and Student in the COE Elected as Fulbright Board Members

As a Fulbright Scholar in Myanmar, Hollie Hix-Small, an associate professor a PSU, offered a training session and review of the Pilot Early Childhood Intervention Program that she helped create. 331 more words