UCLA CTC Accredited Professional Educator Programs (UCAP)

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UCLA CTC Accredited Professional Educator Programs include all programs granting CTC (California Commission on Teacher Credentialing ) approved credentials.

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is an institution that is firmly committed to the betterment and benefit of the Los Angeles community. The UCAP Unit at UCLA believes in its common mission of promoting social justice, building an ethic of caring, fostering individual responsibility, and committing to underserved communities.

  • We believe that building on the strength of our diverse populations is critical to a successful society.
  • We seek to foster a community of professionals who will work together to improve the lives of students and community members in the most underserved areas of Los Angeles.
  • We seek to educate professionals who will serve their communities with integrity and an ethic of caring.
  • We believe that professionals can help to create a learning environment that helps to empower the
    people they serve.
  • We seek to create a dialogue that emphasizes research, inquiry and problem-solving.
  • We believe that social justice and advocacy undergird our programs.

UCAP Mission Statement