What Accreditation Means to Educators

Interview with Dr. Conrad Lotze
Dean, School of Education, American Public University

There are several types of accreditation in higher education, and it is important to understand the differences among them. Beyond regional, specialty, and national accreditation, teachers should be cognizant of the state accreditation within the state they live and the standards with which each accrediting body holds a school to. For those just entering the world of teaching understanding the realm of licensure state to state, the options of applying, and researching reviews by the states’ Department of Education is vital to the start of your career in teaching. This podcast explains, in-depth, the different types of accreditation as they relate to educators.

Learn more about the School of Education, and available online teaching programs, at American Public University.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Conrad Lotze possesses many years of educational leadership and teaching experience from a variety of academic positions. Conrad holds a BS in Mathematics from the College of William and Mary, an MA in Mathematics Education from West Virginia University, and a PhD in Mathematics Education from American University.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...



Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

active shooter administration American Public University American Public University System AMU APU APUS behavioral issues in the classroom bullying classroom classrooms common core compassion dealing with mentally unstable children Dr. Conrad Lotze education education administration educational leadership educators higher education online learning online teaching personalized learning preparing to be a teacher principal perspective on school shooting professional development for teachers professional educator Sandy Hook Elementary School Sandy Hook school shooting school administrators school counseling School of Education school shooting science social media students teachers Teach for America teaching teaching online teaching to the test technology technology in education technology in the classroom tips for teachers