College of Education and Allied Studies

Programs and Admissions

Teaching Credentials:
• Single Subject Teaching
• Multiple Subject Teaching
• TEDSPED (Multiple Subject & Education Specialist)
• Bachelors Plus Early Pathway (BPEP)

MS in Education:
• Curriculum
• Early Childhood Education
• Reading Instruction
• Educational Technology and Leadership

Minor in Early Childhood Education

Department Information

Office Hours  and Information
8:30am to 5:00pm Monday - Friday

(510) 885.3028, Phone
(510) 885.4642, Fax

California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, AE 250
Hayward, CA 94542

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Faculty Information

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The Department of Teacher Education offers post-baccalaureate and graduate programs to prepare teachers who are committed to improving school practices for California's diverse student populations and who can model such practices in their own classrooms.

Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Part-Time Lecturer Positions

Fieldwork Supervisor Positions


SRVUSD honors recent MS in Education graduate Rachael Byron as Teachers of the Year
Byron, Teacher Of The Year

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Sessions for the Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or TEDSPED
Eventbrite - Credential Information Session - Hayward

The Teacher Education Department is proud to offer additional support to our candidates though generous contributions from former educators and our external partnerships.

Scholarship Still Available. Apply at

Pioneer Scholarships!

PACT  (Performance Assessment for California Teachers)

PACT website
PACT Forms and Policy Manual

PACT DUE DATE:  Sunday, April 3rd

Remedial Submission dates
Winter quarter - Sunday, Feb. 15
Spring quarter - Sunday, May 24
Summer quarter - Sunday, July 26

Student Resources

The Credential Student Service Center (CSSC) provides a range of services to those pursuing credentials, including: advising regarding credential requirements in all programs, housing of student records, monitoring, verifying and making the official recommendation of your credential to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).

Information Sessions
Forms and Documents
CBEST Prep at CSU, East Bay

The Teacher Education Department works in partnership with local educators, government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations to support the Bay Area community.

Hayward Promise Neighborhoods

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

Alameda County Office of Education

Contra Costa Office of Education

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