• Eligibility


  • LAPASC includes professional learning, mentoring, and in-class and State assessments. Upon completion of the program, candidates must demonstrate mastery of the CAPE standards as demonstrated through the program activities, fieldwork experiences, and a passing score on the California Administrator Performance Assessment (CalAPA) to be recommended for a credential. Applicants must meet the following requirements:

    • At least five years of successful full-time certificated service

    • A Clear California Teaching Credential or Life California Designated Subjects Teaching Credential*

    *Also eligible are Candidates can also be considered if they hold a clear or life California designated subjects teaching credential in adult education, career technical education, vocational education or special subjects, provided the applicant also possesses a baccalaureate degree, and holds an English learner authorization; or (c) a clear or life California services credential in pupil personnel services, health services for school nurse, teacher librarian services, or speech-language pathology or clinical or rehabilitative services requiring a baccalaureate degree and a program of professional preparation, including field work or the equivalent. 

    • A master’s degree from an accredited college or university

    • Presently a Los Angeles Unified employee in a verifiable full-time, non-classroom leadership position, (e.g., coordinator, instructional coach, dean, lead teacher, adviser, etc.) or currently assigned teacher leader responsibilities (e.g. coordinator receiving a stipend, grade/department lead, athletic director, or part time coordinator).

    • On the career track to a principal/assistant principal position or an administrator in your service area.

    • A commitment to serve a minimum of 2 years as a Los Angeles Unified administrator

    Eligibility does not guarantee admittance into the LAPASC program. All minimum requirements must be met BY the LAPASC application filing deadline. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that documentation of minimum requirements is on file with the Human Resources, Induction and Credentialing Unit by the filing deadline; otherwise, the application will not be reviewed. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure proof of master's degree is on file with LA Unified's Salary Allocation Unit.







  • Contact

    Delia Estrada, Ph.D.
    Administrative Coordinator

    Phone Icon(213) 241-3444

    eMail Iconlapasc@lausd.net


      Drop Pin  Address:

    333 S. Beaudry Avenue
    14th Floor

    Los Angeles, CA 90017