By Kristin McCabe - AAQEP accreditation reviews will continue to be entirely online for the remainder of 2020. The pandemic that brought a halt to on-site reviews in March continues to make travel a risky proposition, and we hope to eliminate the need to plan for multiple scenarios (we have enough of that in our lives at the moment!) by making the call now.
By Christine DeGregory - AAQEP wants you! Our quality assurance review process is dependent upon the expertise and generosity of volunteers from the field. As AAQEP’s membership has grown to over 100 providers, we now have more opportunities for volunteers to engage as peer reviewers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AAQEP has awarded full 7-year accreditation to educator preparation programs in Minnesota, New Hampshire, Texas, and Utah. The decisions coincide with the 2-year anniversary of the organization’s founding, in July 2017. The latest accredited providers are Abilene Christian University, College of St. Scholastica, Plymouth State University, and Western Governors University.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AAQEP has completed its first-ever quality assurance reviews, awarding full 7-year accreditation to university-based programs in Arizona, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, and Utah. After reviewing the evidence collected through a process of self-study and peer review, the AAQEP Accreditation Commission decided in May to accredit programs at American InterContinental University (IL), Bemidji State University (MN), Clarkson University (NY), Grand Canyon University (AZ), and Utah State University.
The inaugural issue of AAQEP’s Quality Advocate newsletter is now available! Click here to download the spring 2018 issue (PDF) with these top headlines:Expanding the Conversation: The Collaborative Turn in Quality Assurance for Educator Preparation by Mark LaCelle-Peterson, AAQEPN.Y. Board of Regents Approves New Accreditation Option for Educator Preparation by AAQEPLearn About AAQEP – On Campus or Online by Linda McKee, AAQEPReflection on AAQEP First Annual…