Graduate Education Programs

鶹ý Graduate Programs in Education prepare individual educators to reflect the values and traditions of the Christian Brothers, to work effectively and collaboratively in rapidly changing schools and related settings, and to prepare educators and others for positions of leadership.
 
Department: Education
 

Graduate Education Programs at 鶹ý aim to engage men and women in a self-reflective process of lifelong learning characterized by integrity, competence, compassion, creativity, and leadership. The goals of the Graduate Programs in Education are to prepare individual educators to reflect the values and traditions of the Christian Brothers, to work effectively and collaboratively in rapidly changing schools and related settings, and to prepare educators and others for positions of leadership.

Graduate Education Programs

Accreditation

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鶹ý is approved as a Teacher Training Institution by the State Board of Education of the Tennessee Department of Education, Ninth Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower, 710 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville, TN 37243-0375. Undergraduate and graduate education programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), 1140 19th Street, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 223-0077.

On October 23, 2022, the Accreditation Council for CAEP granted Accreditation for all initial-licensure level programs offered by 鶹ý’s Department of Education. These programs will be reviewed again in 2029. 鶹ý’s advanced-level programs were granted Probationary Accreditation. The probationary review has been completed and a decision will be made in Fall 2024.

Probationary Accreditation is granted when the Accreditation Council determines that an educator preparation provider (EPP) does not meet one (1) of the CAEP standards. Complete information about 鶹ý’s accreditation status may be found here: .

2022 CAEP Measures- Initial & Advanced Programs

2023 CAEP Measures- Initial & Advanced Programs


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