UAA says a portion of the projects including its school of education are never again licensed.
The influenced programs include “Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Arts and post-baccalaureate programs, Elementary Education Bachelor of Arts and post-baccalaureate programs, Secondary Education Master of Arts in teaching, and initial licensure programs in special education and early childhood special education”, according to a press release from the school.
A letter emailed by the Interim Director of UAA’s School of Education, Claudia Dybdahl shared the data inside the school.
The letter says since 2016, the school has been working through the re-accreditation process with the Council for the Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP).
KTUU likewise got a notice from a school delegate.
UAA says college understudies who have recently moved on from UAA with training degrees won’t be influenced by the choice.
The subsequent stage rests with the Alaska state leading group of training, which must affirm regardless of whether UAA can even now prescribe its alumni for licensure.
As per the letter from Dybdahl, an student forum will be held to answer addresses Monday, January 14 at 12:15pm in PSB room 216.