Dr. Janis Flint-Ferguson describes him as “the William Shakespeare of children’s literature,” who “intermingles great sorrows with some of the most delightful humor.”
Since age 12, Melissa Molano ’18 wanted to volunteer at El Refugio in Cartagena, Colombia. This year, she’s finally fulfilling that dream as an A. J. Gordon Missions Fellow.
“This environment here is one in which the professors really push you. But it’s all about loving you and knowing that you can be a better ‘you’ than you were when you stepped in the door,” says Teresa Rivera ’15.
Gordon’s Department of Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality as one of the top 35 programs in the country for preparing future teachers in content mastery.
Gordon College’s Department of Education was recently recognized as one of the “Best Value” programs in the nation by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ). Of the 1,100 education schools and programs examined nationally, Gordon earned two… Read More