Posted on | June 4, 2010 | Comments Off
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education announced the continued accreditation of Mānoa’s College of Education. After successfully obtaining national or state recognition for its programs over the last two years, the college met each of the council’s rigorous standards.
Professional accreditation is a way to ensure that schools of education are graduating well-qualified teachers who are ready for today’s classrooms. The College of Education has proven its commitment to producing quality teachers by achieving accreditation under NCATE’s performance-oriented standards.
“The college is pleased that the excellence of our programs has been recognized by such a prestigious national association,” says Dean Christine Sorensen. “We believe in the importance of meeting national standards for all of our programs and continue to focus on delivering the highest quality experiences for our students.”