NCATE Accredited Institutions
alaska hawaii puerto rico washington, d.c. maine new hampshire vermont rhode island massachusetts connecticut new york delaware new jersey pennsylvania maryland virginia north carolina south carolina florida georgia west virginia ohio indiana michigan wisconsin illinois kentucky tennessee alabama mississippi louisiana arkansas missouri iowa minnesota texas oklahoma kansas nebraska south dakota north dakota montana wyoming colorado new mexico arizona utah nevada california idaho oregon washington

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*This is the list of institutions NCATE first accredited in 1954 when NCATE was incorporated as a non-profit accrediting body and began functioning as an independent agency. Prior to that time, the accreditation function resided within the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education. This is not a current list of accredited institutions, but a historical document.


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Scope of NCATE Accreditation

NCATE accredits schools, colleges, and departments of education in U.S. colleges and universities, as well as non-university entities that prepare educators for P-12 schools.

The accreditation covers all educator preparation programs for the purpose of preparing and developing professional educators for work in P-12 school settings, including off-campus programs, distance learning programs, and alternate route programs. However, the accreditation does not include individual education courses that the institution offers to P-12 educators for professional development, relicensure, or other purposes.


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