AB 471 requires that the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing report to the Governor and the Legislature each year on the number of teachers who received credentials, certificates, permits and waivers. This report provides data collected by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (Commission) and addresses several questions regarding the supply of teachers newly available to teach in California classrooms.
2013-14 Institution and Program data are available in Excel format now. Each Excel workbook has multiple worksheets with an Index worksheet that describes each worksheet within the specific workbook. Click on each tab at the bottom of the worksheet to see the content of the worksheet.
This report provides background information detailing the evolution of funding and program requirements for induction, surfaces challenges facing the program currently, and identifies programmatic and funding options that would strengthen new teacher induction.
The Commission on Teacher Credentialing issues three different types of Substitute Permits: the Emergency 30-day Substitute Teaching Permit, the Emergency Career Substitute Permit, and the Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers.
The Governor's Budget 2015-16
The Governor's Budget proposal for the Commission on Teacher Credentialing's 2015-16 fiscal year is available for review at the Department of Finance's website. Additional summary information regarding the teacher preparation proposals is provided here.
In 2009-10 more than 1,200 teachers earned a bilingual authorization. In 2012-13, the number of bilingual authorized teachers certified dropped to less than 900, a decline of 35 percent between 2009-10 and 2012-13.