The Graduate School of Education is involved in a wide range of research, evaluation, professional development, and outreach through its partnerships and institutes
The Autism Communication Center at Cal Lutheran offers resources resources to P-20 students with autism and the people who support them.
The California Reading and Literature Project provides high quality, standards-based professional development in reading and language instruction to help ensure that every California student achieves the highest standards of academic performance.
Professional Development Schools are innovative partnerships between K-12 schools and university teacher credentialing
programs. Teacher candidates work for one or two semesters alongside a veteran cooperating
teacher, giving them the same opportunity to connect theory to practice.
Math Teachers' Circle of Thousand Oaks: The Math Department of California Lutheran University is providing no cost professional development for the math teachers of our partner schools in Ventura County through an innovative Math Circle program.