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College of Education

College of Education

Accreditations

 
 

NCATE Accreditation NCATE

In 1997, all College of Education teacher preparation programs were approved for state accreditation by the Florida Department of Education and have been reapproved in every cycle since then. In March 2012 the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) reviewed our programs. We are pleased to announce we have received accreditation through Spring 2019. This is the most prestigious standard of excellence in Teacher Preparation.

NCATE accreditation aims to ensure that the accredited institutions produce competent, caring and qualified teachers who can help all students learn. NCATE creates rigorous standards for teacher education programs in schools, colleges, and departments of education. The mission of the organization is to provide accountability and improvement for quality teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century.

Our stellar education faculty, programs and school partnerships, our emphasis on rigorous entrance requirements, small classes, field experiences across urban-suburban and rural schools, and assessments linked to best practices all contribute to making the College of Education distinct. We are committed to preparing highly qualified candidates who are highly competent to serve in diverse communities.

The College of Education has enjoyed a long and rich history of preparing quality teaching professionals. To learn more about NCATE, visit http://www.ncate.org.



Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)


Florida Department of Education (FLDOE)

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Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP)

 

 

 

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