Choosing an accredited school is important. You want to know you’re choosing a school with a record of preparing well-qualified and successful educators. The Indiana University School of Education is accredited by two of the nation’s leading bodies for teacher education and higher education:
(Formerly NCATE prior to the the July 1, 2013 de facto consolidation of NCATE and TEAC into CAEP as the new accrediting body for educator preparation)
We are also a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).
Accreditation means that we meet the high standards outlined by these organizations, and that we are engaged in ongoing efforts to offer the highest quality programs available in education anywhere.
See the most recent NCATE Institutional Report.
- CAEP- Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation
(Formerly NCATE) Last Visited, 2017
- APA - American Psychological Association, Counseling Psychology
Last Visited, 2010 - Next Visit 2017
- APA - American Psychological Association, School Psychology
Last Visited, 2017 -
- NASP - National Association of School Psychologists
Last Visited, 2012 - Next Visit 2021
- North Central Association
Last Visited, 2007 - Next Visit, 2017