Reach believes that an inquiry and research-based approach to teaching is vitally important to high quality teaching. The program supports teachers to move from using habits of inquiry in addressing problems of practice to designing robust research questions and consulting research and professional literature to expand their thinking about their practice. Teachers apply this new knowledge to a problem of practice, gather resultant data and analyze their findings.
Candidates who complete the Reach Moving Inquiry into Teaching Program earn a Master’s in Education and a California Clear Teaching Credential while developing into skilled classroom leaders, with a mindset toward inquiry in education.
Who is Eligible:
Teachers who have completed our Teaching Academy’s Intern Program, earning a Preliminary Credential through Reach.
Teachers who have a California Preliminary Teaching Credential, or the equivalent from another accredited credentialing institution may be eligible upon completion of one year of the Reach BTSA Induction Program and an additional course. Teachers interested in this option should contact Reach as soon as possible for additional information.
Any teacher who has completed the regular Reach BTSA Induction Program (ECO excluded).
Teachers must have at least one class of students in their credential area.
Master of Education in Teaching*
California Clear Teaching Credential
Tuition and Fees:
Tuition details for the 2017-18 school year will be announced in early 2017.