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California State University Teacher Preparation Program

July 2007
Volume 1 - Issue 1

CSU Fullerton Regional Center
Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and portions of Los Angeles Counties

CSU Fresno Regional Center
Northeastern and Central California

CSU Los Angeles Regional Center
Central and Western Los Angeles County, Ventura County

CSU Monterey Bay Regional Center
Coastal California and the San Francisco Bay area.

CalStateTEACH is a non-traditional, online multiple subject credential program available to student teachers and interns anywhere in the state.

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Key Factors in Teacher Retention

In this day of declining teacher supply and growing retirements it is exciting to learn that positive steps can be taken to encourage teacher retention. The Center for Teacher Quality, a California State University program, has just released the results of a two year study to determine why teachers tend to stay and why they become dissatisfied and leave. The resulting knowledge is a gold mine for open minded and aggressive school site and district administrators.

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Riding The Roller Coaster

The teaching profession took its first big roller coaster drop in the early 60’s when the “baby boom” generation forced its way into California’s classrooms. Both school facilities and an adequate teaching force became the issues of the day. It seems that education has been facing periodic abundance/shortage cycles ever since... and here comes the latest.

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Carolyn Bishop, Regional Director, CalStateTEACH
California State University Fullerton, 2600 E. Nutwood, Suite 610, Fullerton CA 92831
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