The College of Education at the University of Florida in 2010 was granted full, continued accreditation of its educator preparation programs by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, the nation’s primary accrediting body of teacher-education programs. Examiners cited exceptional strengths in faculty teaching and research, high-quality students, statewide outreach and school-improvement partnerships, and diversity efforts in faculty and student recruitment. The college has been continuously accredited since NCATE’s founding in 1954.
The college developed an Educator Assessment System, accessible by faculty and students. This system is used to assess students’ progress on the various indicators associated with accreditation.
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