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Q&A With MAT-TESOL Student Ezequiel Medina

Ezequiel “Zeke” Medina is a Master of Arts in Teaching — Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT-TESOL) student, living with his wife and their two children — a 9-year-old son and a 12-year-old daughter in El Cajon, California.

Q&A With MAT Student Sandra Garcia

Sandra Garcia is a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) student from South El Monte, California, where she lives with her husband and two sons. Learn more about Garcia’s time in the online MAT program and her plans for the future.

Q/A with Christine Rightnar, USC Rossier MAT Graduate

Christine Rightnar, graduate of the online Master of Arts in Teaching program in 2010, is a third and fourth grade teacher in Moreno Valley, California.

Teaching Preparation: Mirroring Approaches for Teacher and Student Success

By Julie Slayton, Professor of Clinical Education and Ronni Ephraim, Chief Academic Officer, 2U Retired

As two educators who have spent a significant portion of our professional and personal lives working to ensure that all of our K-12 students have access to high quality instruction in safe and supporting learning environments, we would like to offer our thoughts about why we think the Master of Arts in Teaching program at the USC Rossier School of Education stands above and apart from other teacher preparation programs across the United States.

9 Things You Need to Know to Earn Your Bilingual Authorization

Earning your Bilingual Authorization (previously referred to as BCLAD) prepares teachers to meet the needs of English learners in all instructional settings, including bilingual programs in the state of California. Interested in becoming certified? Here's everything you need to know.

#InclusiveSpaces: Classroom Design for Every Learner

Let's close the gap between classroom research and real-life classrooms. Join the #InclusiveSpaces campaign and help advocate for classrooms that meet the needs of every learner.