The Kremen School of Education and Human Development is one of California’s largest sources of teachers, counselors and school administrators. Our programs prepare highly-competent educators and human development specialists throughout the Central Valley. The Kremen School has a bold vision to close the achievement gap of all learners throughout the region. Today we are asking for your help. Whether you choose to support our students or any of our programs, your gift makes a difference. Below are some of our current efforts:
Bilingual Preschool Education
Creating a safe space for language development
Emergent bilingual children need quality early childhood education. The Huggins Center at the Kremen School creates a safe space for language development by utilizing and celebrating preschool children’s home language and culture.
Teacher Preparation in Partner Schools
A commitment to preparing future educators
The majority of Kremen Teacher Candidates obtain their preparation in Teacher Residencies and Partnerships. This allows them to take university classes and teach on-site in the districts, working with their cohort peer group. The candidates work with K-12 students to make positive gains in learning and skill acquisition.
Fresno Family Counseling Center (FFCC)
Uniquely poised to address the mental health issues in the region
The FFCC provides low-cost, high-quality counseling services to residents of Fresno County and the surrounding area. The Kremen School’s Master of Science in Counseling students train at this facility, thus advancing our goal of collaborating with the region in activities beneficial both to the community and the University.
Fresno State Visalia Campus
Serving residents in Visalia and other South Valley communities
A partnership with multiple Central Valley community colleges allows seamless transfer to our Visalia satellite campus to complete a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies along with a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential in just two years.
Thank you for your support and contribution to the Kremen School of Education and Human Development.
Dr. Paul Beare, Dean
Kremen School of Education and Human Development