NCATE Offers Multiple Reaccreditation Paths
Options take different varieties of teacher colleges into account
Education schools will no longer be forced to follow the same paths to reaccreditation.
As part of the first major overhaul of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education’s system in nearly a decade, schools might commit to working toward a higher level of performance on NCATE’s six standards. Alternatively, institutions can propose and undertake a major research project or partner with a school district to further the knowledge base on effective teacher preparation.
At the same time, NCATE will reduce the amount of paperwork and data schools must submit for review...
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