TEAC News Archive
At its April 3-4, 2011, meeting in Washington, DC, TEAC’s Accreditation Committee accredited the following eleven programs: Central Michigan University Undergraduate Teacher Education Program; Long Island University – Brooklyn (NY) Urban Education Program; Long Island University – C. W. Post (NY) Special Education and Literacy Program; Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) Master of Science in Visual Arts Program; Tulane University (LA) Teacher Preparation and Certification Program; University at Albany, State University of New York Teacher Education Program; University of Virginia Administration and supervision Program; Utica College (NY) Educational Leadership and Supervision Program; Utica College (NY) Teacher Education Program; and Westminster College (UT) Teacher Education Program.
At its September 13-14, 2010, meeting in Washington, DC, TEAC’s Accreditation Committee accredited the following nine programs: Bethel University graduate education program, Bethel University undergraduate education program, Binghamton University State University of New York teacher education program, Centenary College graduate educational leadership program, Centenary College undergraduate teacher education and graduate special education program, Dixie State College of Utah teacher education program, Montana State University educational leadership program, Montana State University teacher education program, Ohio Christian University teacher preparation program.
At the June 14, 2010, meeting of the TEAC Accreditation Committee in Scottsdale, Arizona, the following programs at the following institutions were accredited:
Lourdes College (Teacher Education Initial Licensure Program), Manhattan College (Teacher Education Program), Montana State University (Northern Plains Transition to Teaching Program), and University of Virginia’s College at Wise (Teacher Education Program).
At the March 26, 2010, meeting of the TEAC Accreditation Committee in Washington, DC, the following programs at the following institutions received TEAC accreditation:
Alfred University (Teacher Education Program), Colorado State University (Teacher Licensure Program), Randolph College (Teacher Education Program), and Roanoke College (Teacher Licensure Program).
State University of New York College at Plattsburgh became the 100th program to receive TEAC accreditation on October 19, 2009.
TEAC continues to grow and now has close to 200 members, with 85 as candidates in the “pipeline” for accreditation.