Accreditation Information

CAEP Annual Reporting Measures

Impact Measures (CAEP Standard 4)

1. Impact on P-12 learning and development (Component 4.1) 2018a2018b2019

2. Indicators of teaching effectiveness (Component 4.2) 20182019

3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones (Component 4.3 & A.4.1) 20182019

4. Satisfaction of completers (Component 4.4 & A.4.2) 20182019

Outcome Measures

5. Graduation rates (initial and advanced levels) 20182019

6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II (initial and advanced levels) 20182019

7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared (initial and advanced levels) 20182019

8. Student loan default rates (initial and advanced levels) 20182019

College of Education General Information
  • The College of Education at Georgia College is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), (http://www.ncate.org). This accreditation covers initial teacher preparation programs and advanced educator preparation programs at Milledgeville Georgia and in Macon Georgia (at Central Georgia Technical College's Macon Campus Building I), and online. However, the accreditation does not include individual education courses that the institution offers to PK-12 educators for professional development, re-licensure or other purposes. We have maintained accreditation with NCATE since 1955, the year after NCATE was founded. Like other former NCATE institutions, the COE programs are being transitioned to CAEP accreditation (http://caepnet.org/).
  • The College is also accredited by the Georgia Professional Standards Association (PSC; Approved Programs). The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).  
  • COE Dashboard 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019
  • Georgia College Common Data Set 2015-20162016-2017
  • Title II Program Information
  • The passing rate for Georgia College teacher candidates who took the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) is 96.7% for 2018-2019, 96.1% for 2017-2018, 99.6% for 2016-2017, 98.4% for 2015-2016, 100% for 2014-2015 and 100% for 2013-2014 for initial certification. To learn more about the GACE, access the http://gace.ets.org page.
  • The average 2018-2019 GPA of program completers in our Bachelor of Science programs is 3.68, with said students having had an entry GPA of 3.50 .
  • The average 2016-2017 GPA of program completers in our Master of Arts in Teaching programs is 3.79 with said students having an entry GPA of 3.21 .
  • Georgia College tuition for a full time student (fall and spring semesters) is located at the http://www.gcsu.edu/businessoffice/tuition-and-fees link.
  • Financial aid information is available at the http://www.gcsu.edu/financialaid link.
  • Consumer information is available at the http://www.gcsu.edu/consumer-information link.
  • The Georgia College Student Loan Default Rate is 3.2% which was released in September 2017 and is the cohort rate for FY2014. Our 2015 draft rate is 3%.
  • Compensation information for B.S., MAT, M.Ed., or Ed.S graduates is available through the State of Georgia Salary Schedule at the http://www.gadoe.org/Finance-and-Business-Operations/Budget-Services/Documents/FY17%20TeacherSalaryScheduleReport.pdf link. Please note that individual charter and strategic waiver districts can set their own pay scales so check with the individual counties.
  • ​The graduates from 2010-2019 went to work in 104 out of the 181 school districts in Georgia (95 of the 159 counties in Georgia). See where these graduates are working to educate the children in Georgia.
  • Data Chart
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  • Education Acronyms: List 1  List 2
  • GCSU COE Program Review Dates
  • 2019-2020 Governance Calendar
NCTQ Information
College of Education College-Wide Meetings
College of Education Awards Committee
College of Education Purpose and Direction Committee
College of Education Diversity Committee
COE Cares (Informal Committee)
  • 2019-2020 Members: Claire Garrett, Bessie Storey, Hiller Crook
College of Education Tenure and Promotion Committee
Educator Preparation Stakeholders Council
College of Education Assessment Committee
College of Education Curriculum Committee
College of Education Student Research Committee (ad hoc committee, established 2018)
College of Education edTPA Professional Learning Community
  • 2018-2019 Members: Holley Roberts, Desha Williams, Ruby Griffin, Nancy Mizelle, Nicole DeClouette, Steve Wills,Stacy Schwartz, Joanne Previts, Lyndall Muschell, Estelle Jacobs, Miriam Jordan, Roddran Grimes, Rob Sumowski, Rui Kang
  • 5-7-19 Minutes
College of Education Committee Assignments (Updated 9-3-19)
CAEP Standards Writing Teams, Steering Committee, & PSC CAEP PLC
  • Standard 1: Content and Pedagogical Knowledge
    • Initial Standard 1
    • Writing Team: Carol Christy (Co-Chair), Nicole DeClouette (Co-Chair), Marcia Peck, Olha Osobov, Miriam Jordan, Kevin Hunt, Suzanna Roman
  • Standard 2: Clinical Partnerships and Practice
    • Initial Standard 2
    • Writing Team: Linda Bradley (Co-Chair), Claire Garrett (Co-Chair), Estelle Jacobs, Hiller Crook, Cheryl Reynolds, Tina Holmes-Davis, Kim Muschaweck
  • Standard 3: Candidate Quality, Recruitment, and Selectivity
    • Initial Standard 3
    • Writing Team: Joanne Previts (Co-Chair), Lyndall Muschell (Co-Chair), Rui Kang, Barbara Roquemore, Shanda Brand, Emmanuel Little, Karynne Kleine
  • Standard 4: Program Impact
    • Initial Standard 4
    • Writing Team: JW Good (Co-Chair), Steve Wills (Co-Chair), Stacy Schwartz, Nancy Mizelle, Sandra Smith, Carla Hutchings
  • Standard 5: Provider Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement
    • Initial Standard 5
    • Writing Team: Mike Newton (Co-Chair), Keisha Foston, Katja Flachbarth, David Ladd, Cynthia Alby, Dionne Lazenby
  • Cross Cutting Theme: Diversity
    • Diversity (see page 16)
    • Writing Team: Jane Hinson (Chair), Paulette Cross, Yeprem Mehranian, Natalie Toomey
  • Cross Cutting Theme: Technology
    • Diversity (see page 16)
    • Writing Team: Chris Greer (Chair), Roddran Grimes, Rachel Bray
  • CAEP Advanced Standards (will be addressed by the teams above)
  • GCSU CAEP Steering Committee
    • CAEP Steering Committee Members: Diane Gregg (Co-Chair), Shanquita Lewis (Co-Chair), Rob Sumowski, Joe Peters, Diedra Monroe, Bessie Story, Nicole DeClouette, Mike Newton
  • Professional Standards Commission's CAEP Professional Learning Community
Approved Assessments
College of Education Newsletters
College of Education Programs Meeting Minutes
Professional Learning and Innovation
Teacher Education
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Accreditation Information

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Dr. Nicole DeClouette

Associate Dean
CBX 70 Georgia College
478-445-2126
Education

PhD, Syracuse University; BA, University of California, Berkeley

Research

Cross-Cultural Constructions of Disability, International Inclusive Education, Collaboration and Co-teaching

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Mike Newton

Dr. Mike Newton

Director of Assessment and Accreditation
CBX 70 Georgia College
478-445-0150
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Mr. David Ladd

Certification Officer
228B Kilpatrick Education Center
478-445-2514