The California State University prepares more of California’s P-12 teachers than all other institutions combined — and nearly 8 percent of the nation’s teachers. In preparing educators, CSU is a leader in the state and nation in the quality of its programs, the focus on diversity, and the emphasis on K-12 partnerships.Educator Preparation and Public School Programs’ Vision, Mission, and Core Values:
Equity and Excellence in Educator Preparation (E3). Educator Preparation and Public School Programs’
Innovations in Educator Preparation March 2018 Report.
Learn about the bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees and teaching credentials you can earn at the CSU.
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The CSU works to address the teacher shortage and expand the diversity of teacher candidates.
The CSU is a leader in advancing diversity in the teacher workforce; find how our campuses are working toward this goal.
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California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP)
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