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Scholarships for Mainstream, In-Service AND Pre-Service Teachers

 

The TAT Program may receive another grant, pending future funding [September 2017].

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If awarded, we will be....
CALLING ALL IN-SERVICE TEACHERS!
Apply to earn MS degree in TESOL, Bilingual, & Multicultural Education + TESOL and/or Bilingual Ed cross endorsements

CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL, BILINGUAL GRADS!
Apply to earn BS degree in Elementary Bilingual Education Program + dual certifications

...from our priority school districts: Bridgeport, New Haven, New London, and Stamford.


Since 2008, the TAT Program has offered a variety of scholarships for educators throughout Connecticut:
1. All MS TESOL & Bilingual scholarships have been awarded.  Scholarships to earn a Master of Science in TESOL, Bilingual and Multicultural Education at SCSU. This MS scholarship is a 30-credit (10 courses) program, usually planned over three years, followed by a comprehensive exam. All scholarship candidates must hold a valid Connecticut certification and be currently working as K-12, mainstream, in-service educators in the New Haven and Hamden school districts. This grant financially supports three cohorts of local educators, with the last cohort slated to begin fall 2013. The scholarship gives first priority to math and science teachers with a second priority given to elementary, reading, special education teachers who will focus their coursework on math and science curriculum.

from our priority school districts: Bridgeport, New Haven, New London, and Stamford.2. All scholarships towards cross endorsements in either Bilingual Education or TESOL have been awarded.  Scholarships to earn a cross endorsement in either TESOL or Bilingual Education. SCSU only offers coursework that leads to cross endorsement. This is not an initial certification program. All scholarship candidates must hold a valid Connecticut certification and be currently working as K-12, mainstream, in-service educators in the New Haven and Hamden school districts. The scholarship gives first priority to math and science teachers with a second priority given to elementary, reading, special education teachers who will focus their coursework on math and science curriculum.

3. Single graduate course scholarships have been awarded summer 2017.  Scholarships towards a three-credit graduate course titled, "Content-based Instruction for English Learners." TSL 518 is a course on content-based instruction for ELs, which is also known as sheltered instruction. This course teaches content/mainstream educators how to make their subject content comprehensible to ELs and how to get ELs to engage in the content and with other students and the teacher. This course can be applied to the MS program and to the cross endorsement program. 


TAT scholarships #1-3 above cover tuition and fees. Students will be required to purchase their own textbooks. For more information on courses, please visit SCSUs TESOL and Bilingual Program.