24 Mar 2017

BESO hosts guest speakers from Austin

The Bilingual Education Student Organization hosted several guest speakers that provided information about teaching resources and networking opportunities on Thursday. The speakers at Dan Waggoner Hall included Jan L. Miller, director of Law Related Education for the State Bar of Texas, and Elizabeth De La Garza, TxDOT Grant Administrator for

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27 Feb 2017

TSTA-SP conference provides networking opportunities for students

Rachel Nall, a senior majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a special education concentration at Texas State University, got up at 4 a.m. Saturday to drive to Texas Wesleyan. Her destination was the Texas State Teachers Association Student Program District 4 Professional Development Conference, a day’s worth of lectures and networking

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23 Feb 2017

Education Students, Faculty Divided On DeVos Confirmation

After weeks of high tension between Republicans and Democrats, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the new Education Secretary earlier this month. DeVos’ controversial appointment has produced divided opinion among Texas Wesleyan University’s School of Education faculty and students. While some are skeptical about her qualifications and how well she will

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07 Feb 2017

The School of Education Hosts Lunch n’ Learn Event

The 5th.-Year M.Ed. Spring 2017 Lunch n’ Learn was held Tuesday in Dan Waggoner Hall. Junior and senior students signed in, grabbed pizza, chatted among themselves and were heckled by Dr. Carlos Martinez, the dean of the School of Education, who popped in before the event got started. Amy Orcutt,

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30 Jan 2017

Triple E week in full swing

Texas Wesleyan students seeking to become certified teachers will be  spending this week attending workshops geared toward equipping them for certification exams. Triple E Week began Monday with a welcome and orientation seminar at Lou’s Place designed to help students organize their thoughts and objectives for the week. “Triple E”

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