Standard 4 Aspect E
The program is committed to and invests in strengthening and improving the education profession and the P-20 education system. Each program’s context (or multiple contexts) provides particular opportunities to engage the field’s shared challenges and to foster and support innovation. Engagement with critical issues is essential and must be contextualized. Sharing results of contextualized engagement and innovation supports the field’s collective effort to address education’s most pressing challenges through improvement and innovation.
Alignment with CCTC Guidelines:
The Bilingual Authorization Program standards of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing were adopted in 2009. As of July 2021, the Commission is seeking feedback on updated standards that are anticipated to be adopted by the end of 2021. Fresno State’s Bilingual Authorization Program (BAP) aligns strongly with the state standards and meets all state guidelines.
The Program is currently accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Link to CCTC website demonstrating state approval.