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.
Over the last 20 years, American youth have set record-lows for underage drinking, smoking and teenage pregnancies, but they haven’t gotten any better at reading.
Gordon College Announces Establishment of School of Education, Student Scholarship and Alumni Award Benefiting Teachers, Schools Serving Underserved Populations
Just over one month since Gordon College unveiled Faith Rising: The Campaign for Gordon College, the school today announced another milestone in the $130 million campaign focused on meeting the evolving and dynamic needs of current and future students around affordability, academics and community.
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.