Established in 2001, the Maureen P. Sullivan Curriculum Center is a collection of PreK-12 educational resources designed to support schools and programs on campus working with children including the School of Education, Music Education, School Counseling and School Psychology programs, Speech and Language Pathology, ESL and children's and young adult literature courses.
Resources provide curriculum and instructional experiences representative of those that foster global and multicultural education and encourage an appreciation of the values of ethnic, social and cultural diversity. The circulating collection includes the most up-to-date materials published by the leading professional development and educational organizations and children's literature publishers.
Designed for individual, small group and course-integrated collaboration, the Curriculum Center plays an innovative and integral role in the educational opportunities of a Duquesne education and is available to all current Duquesne students and faculty, as well as University alumni.
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