- Certification & Licensing
- Continuing Education
Discontinuation from the Program
The Professional Education Program makes every effort to provide teacher candidates with the opportunity to succeed. However, candidates who consistently perform substantially below the level expected of candidates at a given stage in the program with respect to knowledge, skills or dispositions may be discontinued from the program.
The most important review point will be at the end of the second methods/pedagogy course when candidates apply for student teaching. The individual teacher education programs have their own procedures for determining whether candidates are qualified for student teaching. Admission to student teaching may be denied or made contingent upon the successful completion of specified assignments.
Candidates who do not perform satisfactorily in student teaching may be permitted to repeat student teaching, though this is not automatic and such permission may be made contingent upon the successful completion of specified assignments.
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