Thinking about TEACHING?
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Accelerated Preparation Program for Leaders in Education (APPLE)
Residency for Equity through Action and Learning (REAL)
If you are interested in teaching, but don’t know where to start, join us at one of our upcoming information sessions!
Information Sessions for Summer 2021
Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
Friday, March 12, 2021 at 12:00 p.m.
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READ MORE ABOUT APPLE & REAL BELOW
ACCELERATED PREPARATION PROGRAM FOR LEADERS IN EDUCATION
The Accelerated Preparation Program for Leaders in Education (APPLE) is a partnership better LAUSD - Local District South and Local District East to recruit, train, prepare, place and retain highly qualified elementary teachers who demonstrate math or science content knowledge. This program is ideal for recent college graduates and mid-career professionals or paraprofessionals with some background in mathematics or science (but no teaching experience). Through APPLE, participants will teach full-time as interns (earning full salary and benefits) while completing their preliminary teaching credential. APPLE features an accelerated curriculum (credential in one year!), substantial support and an innovative induction program for new teachers. APPLE teachers will also earn a supplementary authorization or a single subject foundational credential in math or science to teach grades 7-8. APPLE will promote equity in education by preparing highly qualified new teachers and increasing STEM teaching skills for educators in partner schools.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year!
RESIDENCY FOR EQUITY THROUGH ACTION AND LEARNING
The REAL Project will recruit, prepare, place and retain highly qualified math, science, and English teachers to meet critical staffing needs in Green Dot CA’s high-need middle and high schools. This program is ideal for recent college graduates and mid-career professionals or paraprofessionals with a background in math, english and science (but no teaching experience).The project encompasses the core components of the model residency programs and builds on the success of CSUDH’s STAR residency program. CSUDH’s unique demographics will enable REAL to produce home-grown teachers from the neighborhoods where they will teach. Highly qualified REAL teachers will increase student achievement in math, science and English.
REAL features a year-long residency, integrated curriculum, extensive clinical practice, substantial support and an innovative induction program for new teachers. Novel aspects include lab schools, new supervision model, CSUDH induction program, and optional micro-credentials, including one in computer science, that will improve teachers’ skills and be widely available to L.A. County teachers after the grant.