School of Education Graduate Programs Earn National Recognition

| February 7, 2013

The Webster University School of Education is proud to announce that six graduate degree programs have recently been awarded national recognition, making a total of seven degree programs that now hold this distinction.

This recognition involves an intensive evaluation of each of these programs by their respective Specialized Professional Associations (SPA) under the umbrella of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

Webster University School of education

Six more Webster School of Education graduate programs have received national recognition through NCATE.

The six newly recognized programs are:

  • Education Specialist (Ed. S.) in Educational Leadership (online)
  • Ed. S. in Educational Leadership (face-to-face)
  • Ed. S. in School Systems, Superintendency and Leadership
  • MA in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • MA Early Childhood Education
  • MAT Early Childhood Education

The MA in Reading has been nationally recognized since 2006.

Congratulations to all faculty and staff who support these programs and were involved the intensive process of developing program evaluation reports.

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  1. Marilyn Heaven says:

    CONGRATS SOE.