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    Journalists are invited to request media credentials for the April 25 debate for U.S. Senate, featuring candidates Tom Del Beccaro, Kamala Harris, Loretta Sanchez, and George “Duf” Sundheim. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/2016-us-senate-debate/media-information.html

    A Multiple Subject Credential authorizes the holder to teach in a self-contained classroom at the pre-school through twelfth grade level. A self-contained classroom is one in which a variety of subjects are taught to the same group of students by the same teacher. Multiple Subject Credentials are typically used for teaching in elementary schools or self-contained settings. Upon completion of the Multiple Subject Credential program, you will be awarded the SB2042 Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential with English Language Learner Authorization embedded. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/academics/schools-and-colleges/benerd-college/degree-programs/credentialing-information/multiple-subject-credential-.html

    The U.S. Senate Debate at University of the Pacific on April 25, 2016, made headlines across California and beyond. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/2016-us-senate-debate/coverage.html

    A Single Subject Credential authorizes the holder to teach in a departmentalized classroom. A departmentalized classroom is one in which the teacher specializes in his/her subject area and teaches that single subject only. Single subjects are taught primarily at the middle or secondary, grades 7-12 level, but some subjects (i.e., art, music, and physical education) may be taught by a single subject teacher at the elementary level. Upon completion of the Single Subject Credential program, you will be awarded the SB2042 Preliminary Single Subject Credential with English Language Learner Authorization embedded. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/academics/schools-and-colleges/benerd-college/degree-programs/credentialing-information/single-subject-credential.html