As the largest producer of teachers in California, the CSU is called upon to expand its teacher preparation programs to meet the staffing needs of California’s K-12 school districts. Learn about the many ways we help recruit more future educators.
The CSU is a leader in advancing diversity in the teacher workforce; find out how our campuses are working toward this goal.
These programs enable candidates to earn a teaching credential while they earn a baccalaureate degree in the subjects they will teach.
CSU campuses work closely with community colleges to prepare future teachers. Over half of students graduated by the CSU complete their lower-division work at a community college.
Every year, the CSU now prepares more than 1,500 teachers in math and science, helping to end the shortage of these much-needed educators.
This comprehensive teacher recruitment effort encourages promising students to consider a career in teaching.
Many classroom aides and assistants have the experience and knowledge to be excellent teachers. The CSU aims to recruit skilled classified school employees who want to become teachers.
Educators Rising California is part of a national network of high school students and teacher-leaders committed to the teaching profession.