Credential Applications

Credential applications for Spring 2019 are due October 1, 2018. The online application is available here. Contact the School of Education if you have any questions regarding the application.

Better Together

California Teachers: Register Today for a Free Day of Learning Led by Teachers, For Teachers

What does personalized learning look like in the classroom? Learn how you can incorporate choice and voice into your classroom at the fourth annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit. Registration is now open to California pre-K-12 teachers, teacher candidates, school administrators and other educators.
The theme for this year’s summit is “It’s Personal: Meeting the Needs of Every Student.” On July 27, new and seasoned California teachers will come together to experience personalized learning and learn tailored strategies they can use in the classroom. In addition to exploring teacher-selected topics presented by teacher leaders, participants will also have the opportunity to share ideas and build lasting connections with a professional network of educators.

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2018

8:45AM - 12:35PM (end time may vary by site)

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School of Education Newsletter

Education Matters - A Newsletter for School of Education Alumni and Friends of CSU, Chico

Click here to read Education Matters Spring 2018 Edition

Looking for a PAID teaching position?

Are you interested in pursuing a paid teaching position, either before or during a credential program? Even without a bachelor's degree you may be eligible to start gaining experience (and money) teaching in a K-12 setting. Additional information may be found here, or by scheduling an appointment to speak with an advisor.

Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

The School of Education is now offering a post-baccalaureate Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC) for educators seeking a career as a public school administrator. The PASC provides the foundations of educational leadership necessary to qualify for a Clear California Administrative Services Credential granted through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). The PASC application period is open. Late applications may be considered on a space available basis. The first six-week course, Educational Leadership, commences July 5, 2018. Click Here for more information.

Rural Schools Collaborative

Chico State and North State Together have partnered in order to share transformational work being done in our 12 county region. Through this partnership with the Rural Schools Collaborative, we network with each other and education programs across the country to create, fund, and share innovative work and activity. One of these innovations is the Grants in Place program, which supports rural teachers in conducting place-based education.