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Teaching Levels and Credentials

 

Levels of Teaching

  • Preschool Teachers/Child Care Workers
  •  Elementary School Teachers (K-6)

  •  Secondary School Teachers (Middle School/Jr. High School/High School)

  • Special Education Teacher (K-12)
  •  College/University Faculty (Post-Secondary Education)

  •  Counselors (School Counseling / College Counseling)

  • ​Adult Education

 

Types of Teaching Credential - In California there are three basic teaching credentials:  

  • ​Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
    This credential authorizes a person to teach in a classroom where many different subjects are taught by a single individual, such as in elementary schools.
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  • Single Subject Teaching Credential
    This credential authorizes a person to teach in a classroom where only one subject is taught, such as a classroom in departmentalized high schools and junior high schools.  
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    Single Subject Teaching Credentials are offered in California in the following areas:
    • Agriculture
    • Art
    • Business
    • English
    • Health Science
    • Home Economics
    • Industrial and Technology Education
    • Language other than English Mathematics
    • Music
    • Physical Education (Kinesiology)
    • Science: Biological Science
    • Science: Chemistry
    • Science: Geosciences
    • Science: Physics
    • Social Science
  • Education Specialist Credential
    This​ credential authorizes a person to work with children with special needs. The person holding this credential may work with elementary, junior high, or high school students.                                                                        Click here for additional information.

 Basic Skills Competency Information

For more information on how to meet basic skills competency, click here.

TEACH California
 For more information on TEACH California click here.
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