School of Education’s reputation continued to soar in 2014
There was no shortage of accomplishments at Brandman’s School of Education in 2014.
“I am extremely proud of the school of education faculty and staff for continuing to refine and develop gold standard programs which have been acknowledged by receiving NCATE (CAEP) candidate status and the highest ratings on CTC biennial reports. We are proud to be developing the educators of the future that our community deserves.” – Dr. Christine Zeppos, Dean.
These are the accomplishments cited during Chancellor Gary Brahm’s State of the University address to faculty and staff earlier this month.
- California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) response to biennial reports – highest rankings possible for multiple, single, education specialist, school psychology and education administration credential programs
- One of six California institutions of higher education (IHE) to receive Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR) grants
- Dean Zeppos appointed to the Accreditation Advisory Panel of the CTC
- Hiring of two new full-time faculty who left tenured positions
- Common core state standards and new English language learner standards fully implemented into instruction
- New internship program for multiple, single and education specialist candidates launched
- First cohort of the Master of Arts, Instructional Technology – Teaching the 21st Century Learner launched
- Preliminary Education Specialist Program approved by CTC with all standards met on first submission
- 458 students enrolled in the Professional Administrative Services credential program compared to 59 the prior year
- Preparing for National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education candidate, spring 2015 visit
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