School of Education
Teacher Education Programs
LIU Hudson can help you to become a teacher, or enhance your existing skills and credentials. At this time, when K-12 education is in the midst of tremendous change, quality teacher training based on proven, clinically rich models is of greater value than ever. Whether you come to us directly from an undergraduate experience in teacher education or another field, or are already credentialed and seeking additional certifications (including advancement into educational leadership), we have the seasoned faculty and staff to help you meet your objectives.
LIU Hudson offers personalized advising and excellent instruction in a caring and supportive environment. Contact us and experience the difference that private, affordable higher education can make.
The 2014-2015 academic year witnessed radical changes to New York State certification requirements for teachers and educational leaders. New York State implemented “safety nets” for the edTPA (teacher performance assessment), the ALST (Academic Literacy Skills Test), and some of the revised Content Specialty Tests (CSTs). Multiple tests, in part depending upon area(s) of certification sought, were required for NYS teacher certification.
During the period September 2014 through May 2015, 41 LIU Hudson students (from the Rockland –R- and Westchester -W- campuses) demonstrated their intention to teach in NYS by taking varying combinations of 17 different examinations. When fewer than 10 students took a given examination, no passing rate was determined by the test administrators. Therefore, the summary below refers only to examinations taken by 10 or more individuals.
Academic Literacy Skills Test-W: 90% pass rate
Educating All Students –W: 100% pass rate
Multi-Subject CST –W: 100% pass rate
Educational Leadership (EDL) students seeking certification as School Building Leaders (SBL) took the two part New York State Education Department required SBL examination. Twenty EDL completers seeking NYS certification took both parts of the SBL examination. Twenty out of twenty passed SBL Part 1 and 19 out of 20 passed SBL Part 2. The total pass rate, therefore, was 97.5%.