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Tuesday, May 2 – Wednesday, May 3, 2023

This FREE conference is for everyone in the field of education:

  • Are you a future teacher? A college or high school student?
  • A current teacher? College faculty? Paraeducator?
  • Do you work with teachers and future teachers? Or want to?


The TEACH for LA 2023 conference will be held in partnership with the Community Partnerships for Teacher Pipeline (CPTP) program on Tuesday, May 2nd and Wednesday, May 3rd.

The conference will have a variety of breakout sessions to choose from, including sessions on early childhood education, TK-12 education, special education, social justice, and hands-on strategies for an effective classroom.

Those registered for the conference will have access to whatever sessions your schedule allows. Breakout session links will be sent the day before the session to all registered.

Virtual Workshop Series

These series of workshops were presented independently by each college and university that hosted them in May 2020. The workshop recordings and other resources for the Teachers & Future Educators Virtual Workshop Series are now available here.

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The Teacher Occupations Report

The Teacher Occupations Report for Los Angeles County is printed and ready to be shared!

Innovation and Teaching in the 21st Century

Innovation and Teaching in the 21st Century

The Innovation and Teaching in the 21st Century conference was designed to bring teacher preparation students and teacher preparation stakeholders together. The TEACH Los Angeles Regional Collaborative, with support from the California Community College Teacher Preparation Programs, hopes you will be inspired by the presenters and colleagues.

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About Us

The mission of the Teach Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (Teach LARC) is aligned with the statewide California Community Colleges Teacher Preparation Programs (CCC TPP) “to engage in developing successful teacher preparation programs by facilitating access to strategies, tools and resources that can boost the number and diversity of students entering the education field.”

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Our Goal & Investment

The importance of growing a statewide network of STEM/CTE teacher education programs linked to the Doing What Matters industry sectors is vital to the success of the Strong Workforce Program initiative.

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