Equity and excellence in education are vital to California’s future, and central to teacher preparation at the California State University. The CSU prepares more of California’s teachers, pre-school through grade 12, than all other institutions combined. Nearly eight percent of the nation’s teachers graduate from the CSU. Our campuses work closely with local school systems to equip teachers to succeed on day one of their careers — with the skills and abilities to deliver high quality, culturally responsive instruction that helps all students learn and grow.
Learn about the bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees and teaching credentials you can earn at the CSU.
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Loans, grants, scholarships and more are available to help aspiring educators pay for their education.
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The CSU works to address the teacher shortage and expand the diversity of teacher candidates.
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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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Learn about CSU teacher and educator preparation, including our signature pedagogies.
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Find fact sheets, flyers and more about the CSU’s work in preparing teachers and educators for California and beyond.
Join us for “Better Together: California Teachers Summit” and other upcoming conferences and events.
California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP)
Center for the Advancement of Reading and Writing (CAR/W)
Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative Reasoning
Educator Quality Center (EdQ Center)
Partnerships & Initiatives
New Generation of Educators Initiative (NGEI)