New Data Quality Workshop

We’ve just expanded the AAQEP workshop offerings to include a focus on validity, reliability, and other data-quality issues—as requested by several of you! I’m happy to announce the inaugural “Learning From Data: Accuracy and Equity” workshops will be held this summer in New York, Texas, and North Carolina. As you know, examining the quality of the quantitative and qualitative data…

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2019 Guide to Accreditation Now Available

Guide to AAQEP Accreditation Now Available for Download Get the Guide! Download The inaugural edition of the Guide to AAQEP Accreditation is now available, providing comprehensive information on the AAQEP standards and process. Everyone attending last month’s Quality Assurance Symposium received a printed copy, and another copy is currently in the mail to the primary contact of each member provider…

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Volunteer Preparation: An Introduction to AAQEP’s Professional Learning Series

AAQEP is committed to providing professional learning experiences for all of its volunteers. Currently, AAQEP’s training consists of a series of four online modules designed to guide volunteers in understanding the system and in performing their specific role. Module 1 introduces AAQEP’s approach to accreditation, including an in-depth look at AAQEP’s four standards and an overview of peer reviewers’ responsibilities…

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Call for Third-Party Comment

Do you have feedback about the quality of educator preparation provided by an AAQEP member? We value the perspectives of faculty, students, alumni, P-12 partners, and anyone else who has knowledge of or experience with the programs we review. All comments will be shared with the provider as well as with members of the AAQEP Quality Review Team; please note…

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Call for Chapters: Effective Use of Data for Improvement

Are you doing work in the assessment of educator preparation? Christine Carrino Gorowara (University of Delaware), Erica Brownstein (Ohio State University), and Tim Wall (Northwest Missouri State University) seek proposals by November 15 for research chapters or practitioner pieces to include in their upcoming book, Effectively Using Data for Educator Preparation Program Improvement. The goal of this volume is to explore research…

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AAQEP Quality Advocate Spring 2018

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, AAQEP N.Y. Board of Regents Approves New Accreditation Option for Educator Preparation by AAQEP Learn About AAQEP – On Campus or Online by Linda McKee, AAQEP Reflection…

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N.Y. Board of Regents Approves New Accreditation Option for Educator Preparation

The New York State Board of Regents approved a regulatory change May 8 that expands the options in national accreditation for the state’s educator preparation providers. The amendment allows institutions currently accredited by another national agency to apply for accreditation by the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP) and still meet the state’s “continuous accreditation” requirement. “Institutions across the state…

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AAQEP Annual Meeting and Symposium: A Reflection

By Jessica Miranda The 1st Annual Meeting and Quality Assurance Symposium for AAQEP brought together members of the field of educator preparation from across the country to learn more about AAQEP’s approach to accreditation. Throughout the day, attendees engaged in rich discussions about quality educator preparation and how innovation within our field can be supported and encouraged through the accreditation process.…

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AAQEP Framework: A Review

By Nancy F. Barrett Accreditation has the potential to be a powerful, positive tool for education preparation programs. In addition to providing a “seal of approval” to potential students, parents and external stakeholders, programs can use evidence gathered during the accreditation process to improve existing programs, identify potential new initiatives as well as document outcome attainment. However, very often the accreditation…

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