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Report on NCATE’s
Institutional Support Resources
Boyce C. Williams, PhD
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Assistance provided over email and telephone concerned:
Most of NCATE resources for institutions are available on the website, for example: samples of reports, archived web seminars, BOE modules, or the handbook. In 2007 all documents and guidelines on the website were updated.
In 2007 NCATE worked on 3 major publications:
In August of 2006, NCATE launched online web seminar series - an interactive online training and communications initiative that provides support and outreach to the various audiences involved in the accreditation process through the use of our own virtual classroom.
In 2007, NCATE Staff offered over 70 web seminar sessions.
Our work is done with the focus on NCATE’s mission: NCATE accreditation process
IMPROVEMENT of teacher performance through quality teacher preparation
ACCOUNTABILITY to children, their parents, and the public-at large for quality teacher preparation
Thank you for working with NCATE to meet the challenge of providing high quality teacher education to our children.