Our vision is to promote student success in our academic programs and beyond. CEHHS Student Services aspires to be recognized as providing exemplary services and programming using progressive, data-driven, holistic, and student-centered approaches.
- To create a seamless student experience
- To promote and cultivate university and community partnerships
- To operate using efficient and technology-driven methods
- To design programming that is based on theoretical foundations of student development and advising
- Changes to Basic Skill Requirement (BSR) for CA Credentials
On July 9, 2021, the Governor signed AB 130 (Chap. 44, Stats. 2021) which established new options for demonstrating the Basic Skills Requirement (BSR). The options allow the Commission and Commission-approved preparation programs to verify that a candidate or applicant has demonstrated basic skills proficiency by verifying qualifying college-level coursework. Commission-approved preparation programs may also use a combination of coursework and other previously available options to meet the BSR.
- Changes to Subject Matter Competency Requirement
California Education Code requires that all candidates for a teaching credential must demonstrate they are proficient in the subject matter area of their intended credential. Recent action by the Governor and the Legislature on AB 130 (Chapter 44, Statutes of 2021) has expanded the ways in which candidates may demonstrate subject matter proficiency. At this time, some aspects of the new law may be implemented while other aspects require regulatory approval by the Office of Administrative Law. The information below describes the various options allowable by this new law.ImportantSubject Matter Waiver Worksheet must be completed and uploaded to the evaluation request.
AB 130 CSET Evaluation Request Form
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