King Hall D2069
Phone (323) 343-4300 | Fax (323) 343-4318 | CCOE@calstatela.edu
Welcome to the Charter College of Education (CCOE)!
VISION - “ The Charter College of Education (CCOE) is a learning community of faculty, administrators, staff, CCOE students and community members that works collaboratively to ensure that all CCOE students receive a high-quality education, honor the diversity of all learners, advocate for educational and community reforms, develop reflective practices that promote equity, and facilitate the maximum learning and achievement potential of all children and adults.”
NewsPaGE, CCOE partner with Intel in new program
The College of Professional and Global Education and the Charter College of Education have joined with technology giant Intel to offer a certificate program that trains teachers to use technology in the classroom. Read more about the Intel® Teach Certificate in 21st Century Learning here.
The CCOE will host its 2015 Day of the Educators event on Friday, May 8th from 5:00-7:30 p.m. in the Golden Eagle Ballroom. Special recognitions will be presented to students who completed their credential programs at Cal State L.A. between Spring 2014 to Winter 2015, those recommended for the 2014 Friends of the CCOE Scholarships, Outstanding Fieldwork Site Supervisors, and Outstanding School Partners.
Each year the Cal State L.A. Chapter of the Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi holds a competition for the $1,000 James M. Rosser Gamma Epsilon Chapter Fellowship. This award is given based on undergraduate academics, leadership and service, and prospects for post-baccalaureate study.
The MA in TESOL program will host information sessions for prospective students.
The first session will be held on April, Tuesday, 7 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m, in KHC 2096.The second session will be held on Thursday, May 7, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m, in Room C2076A. The first session has been rescheduled - Tuesday 4/14 at 5:00 pm in KH C2096.
In the Media
Over $11M, CCOE awarded: The U.S. Department of Education awarded Cal State L.A. an $11,064,077 grant to funds its Los Angeles Urban Teacher Residency Program Transformation Initiative over the course of five-years (AY 2014-2019)