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If you’re reading this, then you are a school district, BOCES, charter school, or non-public school operating or interested in developing an induction program for teachers, special service professionals (SSP), or principals and administrators.
Note: If you're an educator who is looking to:
- Complete an induction program, please contact your district or BOCES.
- Move your initial license to a professional license, access the licensure checklist to review the requirements.
Excellent teaching and leadership is vital to every student’s success, and educator development plays a key part in the retention and effectiveness of Colorado educators. To have maximum impact on student learning, educators must develop and evolve along with their students. Induction programs help set the stage for continuous growth and support of educators at the beginning of their careers or as they transition to new organizations or new roles within an organization.
Induction Vision Statement
Every new educator, leader and special service provider participates in high-quality induction that supports their transition into the profession and their development as a professional educator committed to student success.
Educator Development Office
The CDE Educator Development team supports induction program leaders in providing excellent induction services to their new teachers, Special Service Providers (SSPs) and leaders.
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Information for new induction providers on how to apply to be an approved program.
Information on how to renew an existing induction program.
Information on supports that are available for existing induction providers including professional development and coaching opportunities as well as published resources.