EduCorps represents the community of individuals interested in growing the future through teaching. Its purposes are:
After Proposition 58 passed in November 2016, the demand for bilingual teachers in California has risen sharply. Nearly 14% of the state’s school districts report shortages, according to a Learning Policy Institute Fact Sheet.
Obtaining a bilingual authorization allows teachers to meet the needs of English learners in various instructional settings and to teach in California’s bilingual programs.
A bilingual authorization may be earned by examination or by completion of one of CSU’s CTC-approved bilingual programs. This authorization may be earned concurrently with or after earning a preliminary teaching credential. Click here for more information about the bilingual authorization.
Most school districts in California are hiring special education teachers. That means qualified teachers can find a job almost anywhere in the state.
To learn more about becoming a special education teacher, go to TEACH California’s Special Education webpage.