From pounding the pavement to using hashtags, activists have found a new way to unite.
More than half of low-income children enter kindergarten unprepared. When early childhood education is missing, how can teachers fill in the gaps?
According to three Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) professionals from Pacific Oaks College, the expanded mindset of families and relationships have necessitated a notable evolution in the Marriage and Family Therapy program.
Alumna Denise Smith knew she wanted to do more to help children. The water crisis in her hometown of Flint, Michigan provided the chance to answer the call.
“Journey: 5 Steps to a Transformation” explores five steps to a transformation through realization, exploration, knowledge, action, and actualization. Susan Livingston is the alumna highlight for Voices Spring 2018 issue.
n., The moral principle determining just conduct, peace, and genuine respect for people. Social justice challenges the roots of oppression and injustice.
For nearly 75 years, young minds have been nurtured beneath the trees of Shady Lane. We asked four generations of alumni to share their favorite memories and lasting lessons from their time at the Children’s School.
Yolanda Carlos, core faculty at Pacific Oaks, was invited to present STEAM lectures and workshops in advancement of partnerships across the Henan Province in China.