CA STEM INSTITUTE FOR INNOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT
Infinite Space for Infinite Learning
The California STEM Institute for Innovation & Improvement (CSI³) was designed to increase the number of credentialed teachers in STEM education, and to bring STEM to the forefront of K-16 education through leadership and service. We are dedicated to providing future and current CSI³ teachers with a combination of educational experience geared to prepare them for 21st century learners. Through all of our programs, we systematically address the shortage of STEM Teachers in high-need schools in and around the Los Angeles area and across the state. CSI³ has developed innovative undergraduate, credential, and graduate programs. We are continuously forming multiple partnerships with the high-need schools and school districts as well as community colleges. We offer all of our program participants ongoing advising and financial and academic support. Above all, we offer our participants the opportunity to make a difference where they are needed most....
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OUR CAMPAIGN: YOUR FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT WITH CSI³
ADDRESS: 1000 E Victoria Street, LIB 4000, Carson, CA 90747
TEL: 310 243-2634 |
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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