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State and National Accreditation of One University Program: A Case Study
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Volta Review Volume 110, Number 2, ISSN 0042-8639

Abstract

Programs preparing teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing are typically housed in schools of education and are subject to university requirements as well as state and national accreditation requirements. This article describes how one program to prepare teachers of the deaf, founded in 2007, navigated those requirements and became part of a successful joint accreditation visit. This manuscript focuses particularly on the use of a web-based approach to documentation that was well received by both state and national reviewers. (Contains 3 tables.)

Citation

Martindale, M. & Bartell, C.A. (2010). State and National Accreditation of One University Program: A Case Study. Volta Review, 110(2), 249-260. Retrieved July 5, 2020 from .

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