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Committed to Diversity

We are committed to creating a welcoming and supportive learning, teaching, and working environment in the School of Education. We value and affirm the voices and experiences of our students, faculty, staff, and community.

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A stack of books by RISE scholars
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We work to engage the community in social justice issues on both the local and national level.


Our faculty are examining a wide array of social justice issues in their research and scholarship.

Get Involved

We value and encourage participation by students of diverse backgrounds in our school activities. Check out these opportunities for ways you can get involved.

BITOC is a mentoring and support program for students in CSU’s teacher preparation program and local teachers who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color.

Addressing the academic and cultural needs of bilingual LatinX and Indigenous high school students. In Spanish, “caminos” means “pathways” and by fostering positive relationships with CSU student mentors and professionals, the Caminos program helps students plan their future pathways, be it high school graduation, a career, or a college degree.

The Committee for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice in the School of Education is currently seeking a student representative.  For more information, please contact Associate Professor, Antonette Aragon.

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Rising Up Against Anti-Blackness and Racial Violence

We join CSU Leadership in issuing a statement of support and solidarity for Black members of our communities in response to continued systematic violence and oppression against Black Americans.

Protesters hold a sign that reads, `Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter -MLK`
  • 34% Racially Minoritized Students
  • 4% Student Veterans
  • 3% International Students

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