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Friday, November 15, 2019

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Hardy Tower
Opening a Path to Employment for People With Disabilities
In the early years, parents may be best suited to provide intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders. (Stock image)
SDSU Researcher Leads $3.3 Million Autism Intervention Study
Students in Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
Day of Giving Soars to New Record
A U.S. Department of Education grant willl build SDSU
Department of Education Grant Strengthens SDSU-Kumeyaay Partnership
Aimee Islas (center) with students (from left) Jamari, Kayla, Carlos, Saniyah and Andy at Taylor Leadership Academy.
Aztec Pride—In a Stockton Classroom
2020 San Diego County Teachers of the Year Hilda Martinez and Don Dumas
Two SDSU Alumni Named Top San Diego County Teachers
From left to right: Patsy
Two Lifelong Callings; One Lasting Impact
Hepner Hall (Photo: Jim Brady)
SDSU to Launch Comprehensive Strategic Planning Process
Hardy Tower
SDSU Highly Ranked for Affordability and Academic Quality
SDSU liberal studies students traveled abroad to Ecuador.
College of Education Sets Sights on Global Growth
Dual Language and English Learner Education faculty members (from left) Saúl Maldonado  Maldonado, Cristina Alfaro, Karen Cadiero-Kaplan and Sera Hernandez.
Partnership Aims to Increase Teacher Diversity, Bilingual Education
Cajon Valley School District teacher Val Donaldson received guidance from instructor Matthew Evans at the Coding for Teachers workshop.
A Crash Course in Coding

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