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Comprometid@s is committed to promoting teaching careers in the Latinx Community.

Our goal is to increase the number of culturally and linguistically competent teachers by creating a clear and coordinated path to recruit, support, and advance Latinx and bilingual teachers from high school, through Sacramento State’s undergraduate program, to completion of the post- baccalaureate teaching credential program. We do this by providing the following resources:

  • Future Teacher Clubs
  • Supporting Undergraduates (EduCorps)
  • Ethnic Studies Professional Development
  • Expanding the Teaching Credential Program
Contact Office - Eureka Hall 201
  • Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
  • Summer: Monday - Friday 7:30am-4:00pm

Future Teacher Clubs

The grant collaborates with local school districts to create and facilitate Future Teacher Clubs that will advance student to higher education and a future career in teaching.

Established Clubs

  • Rosa Park
  • Sacramento City College
  • Grant High School
  • Rio Linda High School
  • Monterey Trail High School
  • River City High School
  • North Highlands High School
  • San Juan High School
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Ethnic Studies - Professional Development

Comprometid@s provides Professional Development to high school teachers, building their capacity to deliver California AB-2016-encouraged Ethnic Studies classes, a course-based intervention shown to retain and advance high school students to graduation, especially students of color.

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Supporting Undergraduates - EduCorps

In addition, the grant complements the university-wide Finish in Four graduation initiative by:

  • Engaging students from departments across campus into EduCorps, an online and face-to-face community of future teachers;
  • Providing campus-based advising, peer and faculty mentoring through the College of Education Equity Office that will guide future teachers to the teaching credential program; and
  • Curriculum development of new and revised undergraduate courses that will guide students toward culturally and linguistically competent teaching through Spanish Academic Language Development and field experiences in bilingual programs or Ethnic Studies classrooms.


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Expanding the Teaching Credential Program

Through curriculum development of a new Bilingual Teaching Methods course; expanding the Bilingual Authorization Cohort to include both Single Subject and Multiple Subject candidates, mentoring toward completion, and ensuring student teaching placements in bilingual programs or Ethnic Studies. Our grant also incorporates the visions of the National Latino/a Education Research Agenda (NRERAP) and Participatory Action Research (PAR).

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