CAEP Accreditation

 

 

The College of Education at Wayne State University has been granted probationary accreditation for the next two years by The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Wayne State University joins 42 other providers to receive CAEP Accreditation in fall 2017. They join the 34 providers previously accredited through CAEP.

A focus for the WSU program over these next two years will be to address the quality of our programs by examining solid evidence that is both valid and reliable to be shared with our stakeholders.

Three stipulations we will address within the next two years:

  1. We will increase our capacity of our Quality Assurance System by systematically monitoring candidates' progress and completers achievements.
  2. We will provide evidence to illustrate how relevant, verifiable, representative, cumulative and actionable measures are used to produce empirical evidence or that its interpretations of data are valid and consistent.
  3. We will provide evidence that we regularly and systematically assess performance against our goals and relevant standards, track results over time, test innovations and the effects of selection criteria on subsequent progress and completion, and use results to improve program elements and processes.

Wayne State University joins 42 other providers to receive CAEP Accreditation in fall 2017. They join the 34 providers previously accredited.

We will create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities.