Multiple Subject Teaching Credentials
Issued July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997
Number of First Time/New Type Documents Issued Upon Recommendation

The following table summarizes the numbers of documents issued between July 1, 1996 and June 30, 1997 upon the recommendation of a California institution with a Commission-accredited credential program. The numbers include individuals who obtained their initial certification (First Time) and individuals who previously held another type of certification such as an emergency permit (New Type). The numbers are broken down by the issuance year and the type of recommending institution.*

 
 
1996-1997
    Total    
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
First Time 1,320 1,320
New Type 3,116 3,116
  CSU TOTAL 4,436 4,436
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
First Time 155 155
New Type 203 203
  UC TOTAL 358 358
PRIVATE/INDEPENDENT INSTITUTIONS
First Time 1,294 1,294
New Type 2,472 2,472
  PRIVATE TOTAL 3,766 3,766
ALL INSTITUTIONS
First Time 2,769 2,769
New Type 5,791 5,791
  TOTAL 8,560 8,560


Multiple Subject Teaching Credentials
Issued July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997
Number of First Time/New Type Documents Issued Upon Recommendation

The following table lists the number of Multiple Subject teaching credentials issued with effective dates between July 1, 1996 and June 30, 1997 upon the recommendation of a California institution of higher education with a Commission-accredited program. The numbers include individuals who received their initial California credential (first time) and those who previously held a different type of document such as an emergency permit (new type). This report includes individuals who received preliminary and professional clear credentials.*

 
 
1996-1997
    Total    
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Bakersfield 135
Channel Islands 0
Chico 184
Dominguez Hills 331
East Bay 220
Fresno 322
Fullerton 223
Humboldt 85
Long Beach 299
Los Angeles 292
Maritime Academy 0
Monterey Bay 14
Northridge 390
Pomona 154
Sacramento 274
San Bernardino 169
San Diego 279
San Francisco 332
San Jose 209
San Luis Obispo 86
San Marcos 217
Sonoma 77
Stanislaus 144
    TOTAL 4,436




Multiple Subject Internship Credentials
Issued July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997
Number of First Time/New Type Documents Issued Upon Recommendation

The following table summarizes the numbers of documents issued between July 1, 1996 and June 30, 1997 upon the recommendation of a California institution with a Commission-accredited internship program. The numbers include individuals who obtained their initial certification (First Time) and individuals who previously held another type of certification such as an emergency permit (New Type). *

 
 
1996-1997
    Total    
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
First Time 172 172
New Type 343 343
  CSU TOTAL 515 515
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
First Time 27 27
New Type 35 35
  UC TOTAL 62 62
PRIVATE/INDEPENDENT INSTITUTIONS
First Time 89 89
New Type 91 91
  PRIVATE TOTAL 180 180
ALL INSTITUTIONS
First Time 288 288
New Type 469 469
  TOTAL 757 757


Multiple Subject Internship Credentials
Issued July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997
Number of First Time/New Type Documents Issued Upon Recommendation

The following table lists the number of Multiple Subject Internship credentials issued with effective dates between July 1, 1996 and June 30, 1997 upon the recommendation of a California institution of higher education with a Commission-accredited internship program. The numbers include individuals who received their initial California credential (first time) and those who previously held a different type of document such as an emergency permit (new type). *

 
 
1996-1997
    Total    
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Bakersfield 0
Channel Islands 0
Chico 14
Dominguez Hills 67
East Bay 96
Fresno 83
Fullerton 59
Humboldt 0
Long Beach 3
Los Angeles 12
Maritime Academy 0
Monterey Bay 0
Northridge 8
Pomona 11
Sacramento 9
San Bernardino 89
San Diego 8
San Francisco 6
San Jose 0
San Luis Obispo 13
San Marcos 12
Sonoma 0
Stanislaus 25
    TOTAL 515

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* Data Source: the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

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