Meet Madisen Pacioni, a College of Education Graduate
Madisen Pacioni graduated from CSU Monterey Bay in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in human communications with an emphasis in English subject matter. She then enrolled in the university's College of Education's first cohort of its Master of Arts + Credential Program which allows students to simultaneously earn their master's degree and teaching credential. Shortly after getting her credential in May 2017, Pacioni landed a job at Seaside High School, where she'll start teaching in August. She expects to graduate with her master's degree in 2018.
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The vision and mission statements below were crafted by members of the College of Education Sub Committee charged with finalizing the Vision and Mission statements. Their work was based on the products that resulted from a series of Sub Committee and College-wide strategic planning meetings as well as conversations with key community stakeholders.
Through collaborative leadership and practices, the College of Education prepares highly-qualified, culturally responsive professionals who serve, engage, and transform communities and schools to promote equity and social justice.
The College of Education prepares innovative scholar-practitioners who implement evidence-based practices to promote lifelong learning.
The College of Education is committed to:
- Culturally responsive and inclusive approaches
- Reflective teaching, research, and scholarship
- Investing in and supporting the success of both individuals and communities
- Offer rigorous academic programs
- Preparing technologically savvy practitioners
- Ethical standards
- Continuous program improvement