Thank you for your interest in Elk Grove Unified School District’s Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment (BTSA) Induction Program, an effective transition into the teaching career for first and second-year teachers.
The BTSA Induction Program
- Ensures the professional success and retention of new teachers
- Ensures that consulting teachers provide intensive individualized support and assistance to each beginning teacher
- Enables beginning teachers to be effective in teaching diverse student populations
Approved Induction Program
The Elk Grove Unified School District BTSA Induction Program is a two-year program fully funded by the district to support teachers in their first two years of teaching. Mentored support is provided by Elk Grove Unified School District consulting teachers.
The BTSA Induction Program is a six-unit program. Participants have the option of 90 hours of salary credit through the district or six units of California State University, Sacramento, credit at a reduced cost.
Beginning Teachers who participate in the BTSA Induction Program experience enhanced professional development and become increasingly successful with teaching through a rich and thoughtful induction process. Each gains a professional voice by working in close concert with experienced colleagues to chart their progress through the continuum of skills, knowledge, and abilities associated with each of the California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Candidates who are eligible for the EGUSD BTSA Induction Program include individuals who are in their first or second year in the teaching profession with a single subject, multiple subject, or educational specialist credential; those teaching on a preliminary credential who were prepared out of state and have less than two years of experience.
Questions regarding eligibility can be directed via e-mail to the BTSA Coordinator Jodi Revis in the BTSA Office.
Jodi Revis, Ed.D.
(916) 686-7797, ext. 67226