He attended East Los Angeles College and Fullerton College before transferring to the University of California Irvine, the place he earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and social behavior. He later earned a master’s degree in counseling and his doctor of education, specializing in community school management, from California State University. As one of Health Education the state’s legislative education leaders, Medina performed a pivotal function in securing increased state funding for education. This year, he authored AB 101, which requires all California college students to take ethnic studies course as a highschool commencement requirement.
- While enrollments at Islamic establishments are surging, most HEIs in Indonesia are secular.
- The Omicron variant isn’t affecting California universities’ plans but, but a rise in protections could also be on the horizon.
- State Sen. Connie Leyva, who spoke against the decision on the board meeting, has been asked to co-chair the committee, based on