Test Date: November 4, 2017
Location: Sacramento – Italian Cultural Society
Late Fee: $138
Our sister agency, The Italian Cultural Society, in Sacramento will be administering the next session of the language portion of the Italian California Subject Examination for Teachers (CSET). For more information and to register for the November 4 exam please click here.
Fondazione Italia is an Italian Assessor Agency that has been approved to administer the language portion (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) of the Italian CSET in Los Angeles, and report those results back to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). The next time this portion of the Italian CSET will be offered in Los Angeles will be in April 2018.
To complete the Italian CSET, which serves to establish core competency in Italian for a single-subject material, candidates must register for, and pass two sub tests: the language sub test (Oral and written competency) and the cultural sub test (General Linguistics, Literature, History, Geography and Culture).
Fondazione Italia administers the language sub test portion of the Italian CSET only. It is the candidates’ responsibility to make sure they have registered for and completed the cultural sub test through the CCTC website.
The cultural sub test portion of the Italian CSET administered by the CCTC is by appointment during the following 4-week testing windows: Sep. 5–Oct. 2, 2016 and Apr. 17–May 14, 2017.
Candidates must pass both the language and cultural sub tests to pass the Italian CSET.
Passing the Italian CSET does not provide you with a single-subject credential. Passage of the Italian CSET only allows you to teach Italian in a middle or high school once you have completed a single-subject credentialing program. It is the responsibility of the candidate to make sure they have completed all the requirements for a single-subject credential by visiting the CCTC website.
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