What is the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC)?
The Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) is a philanthropic association, based in Washington, DC, that accredits both the undergraduate degree and graduate programs, ranging from small liberal arts schools to private research colleges, as well as some professional associations.
How Does TEAC Accredit?
TEAC’s accreditation process is based on the program’s case that it prepares competent, caring, and qualified professional educators. TEAC requires the program to provide evidence to support its case. The accreditation process examines and verifies the evidence.
What is TEAC accreditation?
TEAC accreditation provides credence to the evidence of student accomplishment the program relies on to prove that its graduates are competent. Schools that think independently and arrive at novel and productive solutions to the advancement of teaching and knowledge are programs that align with TEAC’s approach.