School of Education

School of Education


Announcements

Credential Applications NOW Being Accepted Through October 1, 2022!

If you have completed all of your prerequisites and plan to attend the Credential Program in Spring 2023 the application is now open being accepted! Please visit the Credential Program Application page for details, including information on upcoming application workshops. Questions? Email credentials@csuchico.edu


Credential Advising Information(opens in new window)

Have questions or concerns about a credential program? Speak to our Credential Advisor. Please visit our Advising page(opens in new window) for their office hours, contact information, and more information about upcoming Credential Application Workshops


Attention: STSP & PIP Teachers

The NorCal TeachUP(opens in new window) Pilot Project is aimed at supporting anyone with a Short-Term Staff Permit (STSP) or Provisional Internship Permit (PIP) in earning their teaching credential. This pilot program provides new and accessible distance-learning opportunities at community colleges in the NorCal partnership area. Eligible candidates for the project may receive up to $3,000 including stipends or support for tuition and state-required testing fees. Interested? Learn more(opens in new window)


New Supervision Toolbox Web Page!

The School of Education has a new web page for all supervision information, forms, and tutorials to support candidates and supervisors. Credential candidates and supervisors should visit the Supervision Toolbox(opens in new window) page for the most updated forms and guides for supervision this semester. 


Virtual Learning Resources

The College of Communication & Education at CSU, Chico has created a Virtual Learning Resources page for students(opens in new window) to use in hopes of helping them feel successful this semester, including guidance on how to be a successful student online, campus resources, and community resources. 

Please also visit the School of Education's Virtual Learning Resources(opens in new window) page for links to 50 helpful digital learning aids, including links to virtual field trips, books/ebooks, learning materials, and more! 


School of Education Position Statement (PDF)

On Co-Creating Equitable Social, Educational, and Ecological Conditions For and With the Communities That We Serve: School of Education at CSU, Chico Position Statement


Rural Schools Collaborative(opens in new window)

Logo Rural Schools Collaborative

Chico State and North State Together(opens in new window) 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(opens in new window), which supports rural teachers in conducting place-based education.


 Accreditation Quick Links(opens in new window)

EPPU Preparation Providers Unit (EPPU) Webpage(opens in new window)

CTC Accreditation Launchpad(opens in new window)

Newsletter

School of Education Newsletter - Education Matters

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

Education Matters Spring 2021 (PDF)

Education Matters Newsletter Cover


Now Accepting Part-Time Lecturer and Clinical Practice Supervisor Applications

The College of CME, School of Education is collecting application materials for part-time lecturers  and clinical practice supervisor applications with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term. 

Please view the 2022-23 Part-Time Lecturer and Clinical Practice Supervisor Pool details for employment opportunities and application details.


Teaching Positions

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.