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The goals of the Oregon Teacher Pathway program (OTP) are to 1) diversify teacher education by increasing the number of quality diverse teachers in Oregon and 2) produce quality teachers trained in culturally responsive practice. To reach these goals, the program focuses on recruiting, educating, and retaining pre-service teachers of color and pre-service teachers interested in becoming culturally responsive teachers.
Tawnya Lubbes is the education club adviser and frequently takes EOU students on faculty-led study-abroad trips investigating language and culture. She specializes in ESOL, Spanish, diversity, and online pedagogy. Prior to coming to EOU, she taught ESOL and Spanish in Payette, Idaho for 10 years. She also taught online Spanish for Idaho Digital Learning Academy for 6 years.
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Eastern Oregon University Board approves tuition for 2023-24 LA GRANDE, Ore. – The EOU Board of Trustees convened on campus for the last regular meeting of the 2022-23 academic year on May 17 and 18. Topics for the Board meeting included approving tuition and fees, updates on statewide issues and EOU programs, review of a […]Read more
EOU Hosts Public Reception for President-select LA GRANDE, Ore. – The public will have an opportunity to meet Eastern Oregon University’s president-select in person this Friday at an open reception from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Loso Hall lobby on campus. Dr. Kelly Ryan is making her first formal visit to La Grande […]Read more
Arts Fest coming back to EOU in 2023 LA GRANDE, Ore. – The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is hosting its second annual EOU Arts Fest from June 2, 2023 through June 3, 2023. This is an all-ages event where everyone is welcome – community members, prospective students, alumni, the Eastern Oregon […]Read more