The Los Angeles Urban Teacher Residency (LAUTR) is an intensive program that leads to earning a teaching credential and master’s degree at California State University Los Angeles (CSULA). Designed to equip future teachers in secondary Math, Science, and Special Education to close the achievement gap in high-need urban schools, this 18 to 24 month graduate-level program offers an opportunity for teacher residents to work alongside outstanding mentor teachers for an entire school year.

All applicants must first attend an Information Session.

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The Residency - an 18 to 24 month teacher residency program aligned with California teacher certification and CSULA’s requirements for a master’s degree in Integrated STEM Education.
You Will Earn:
• Preliminary Single-Subject Teaching Credential in Math, Science, or Special Education with a STEM Specialization 
• Master’s Degree in Integrated STEM Education 
• Valuable teaching experience
We Will Provide:
• $25,000 living stipend
• Cohort with other beginning teachers
• Side-by-side mentoring in an urban classroom in Los Angeles

“The fight for quality education is a fight for social justice. No other issue offers the same promise of equality as education.”

- Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education


‟The LAUTR residency program's three main components—curriculum development, assessment development, and social justice framework—are essential in developing teacher-leader skills in its graduates as the voice of school reform from the inside-out."

- Emanuele Bardelli, LAUTR Cohort 1 Graduate




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