Simpson University to Offer Teacher Credential Program in Siskiyou County
For Immediate Release
REDDING, Calif. - Simpson University’s School of Education is bringing its teacher credentialing program to California’s far northern region.
A well-documented growing teacher shortage in California, especially as veteran teachers retire, prompted Simpson University educators to look for ways to help meet the need.
The School of Education’s teacher credentialing program, designed to prepare new K-12 teachers for Siskiyou County, is scheduled to start Sept. 6. The evening classes will be held at Weed Elementary School.
Contact Dr. Glee Brooks at email@example.com for more information.
“Teaching is about a personal relationship with students, so we value having courses taught in real time with expert professors,” Dr. Brooks said. “Our courses prepare new teachers to be effective in the education field today through blended coursework, observations in schools and 15 weeks of student teaching, which can be completed in the students’ community.”
The School of Education, which offers master’s degrees in education and teaching and a California Preliminary Administrative Services Credential, in addition to single- and multi-subject teaching credentials, at its Redding location, offers also offers teacher credentialing cohorts in Lassen and Modoc counties.
Simpson University, established in 1921, is a Christian university offering undergraduate, graduate, and teaching credential programs. The university celebrated its 25th year in Redding and the completion of a Science and Nursing Center in 2014. Academic programs include ASPIRE, a degree-completion program geared toward working adults with both on-campus and online course offerings, including degrees in psychology and organizational leadership. For information about the university, or to arrange a campus visit, call 1-888-9-SIMPSON or visit simpsonu.edu.
Contact: SU Public Relations