Gordon students Bethany Carsey ’22, Clara Mund ’22, Olivia Rose ’22, and Kalyn Oliveira ’22 were four of the student-teachers working in Chelsea over the summer to get students back on track with their learning, after the pandemic and the transition to remote learning created a major literacy gap for young readers.
Following a required and routine reauthorization process from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education last month, Gordon’s School of Education received “full approval” in all areas—and was commended as “Exemplary” in one area.
Faith Rising enabled vital enhancements to the College’s academic model: shorter completion times, concurrent education and expanded digital opportunities, all while retaining Gordon’s commitment to the core values of a Christian liberal arts education.
Meet two education alumni who are daily making a difference in the lives of students in underserved communities.
Gordon College Recognized Among Nation’s Top for Academic Selectivity of Teacher Preparation Program
The School of Education adds to its many accolades from the National Council on Teacher Quality in being one of only nine programs in Massachusetts to earn the highest distinction for selective admissions requirements.