Graduation is a milestone, not a finish line. "I want to challenge you that while you are done with this stage, in a very real sense you are never finished," Rod Reed, campus pastor and dean of spiritual formation, told graduates during commencement May 3.
When it comes to education, plenty of people have questions, arguments and accusations. One thing all the critics have in common—all the problems in education are clearly someone else's fault! But what if we all have a role to play in educating our children? What if their success is our success, and their failure is our failure? Jo Ellen Misakian, interim dean of the Fresno Pacific University School of Education and veteran Valley educator, examines that unsettling thought in the week's Scholars Speak.