Earn Salary Advancement Points, Graduate Credits and Professional Development Clock Hours toward your California License Renewal with our Self-Paced Online Professional Development courses. Pre-Approved LAUSD Salary Advancement Points
We provide California educators with a wide selection of comprehensive and engaging self-paced online courses for your convenience. Each course is facilitated by an instructional coach and is delivered on an easy-to-use learning platform. Teach & Kid Learn (TKL) is a pre-approved salary advancement professional development provider for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).
LAUSD Salary Advancement Points – In Los Angeles, we have partnered with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to provide Salary Advancement Credits at a reduced price. All Teach & Kids Learn (TKL) courses have been pre-approved by the Joint Salary Point Credit Committee. By completing these courses you will earn Salary advancement Points which can be applied to each box or “schedule” of the LAUSD Salary Tables for up to 98 points.
Graduate Credits Toward California Teacher Re-Certification – For teachers looking to complete graduate-level courses and/or teachers outside of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) please select courses from our graduate credit course options.
Teach & Kids Learn (TKL) provides accredited university graduate credits courses. We provide official transcripts. and letter grades upon the successful completion of your selected course. When selecting your course, choose any of our Graduate Credit level courses from our registration page.
In California, renewal requirements are associated with an educator’s Preliminary or Level I credential that outlines required extended preparation and professional development needed to upgrade to the Clear or Level II credential. The requirements are determined based on the educator’s preparation pathway and documentation submitted with the initial application for certification. Requirements are designed to prepare educators to meet the academic learning or service needs of all P-12 students and must be completed prior to applying for the Clear or Level II credential.
For more information, visit the California Department of Education website.