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Students seeking admission to the Teacher Education Program at Capital University are required to present a progress portfolio, complete an application for the Teacher Licensure Program and meet all of the following requirements prior to acceptance:
Applications must be submitted to the Student Assessment and Monitoring Committee for consideration during the corresponding semester. Students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin or gender identity may be accepted into the Teacher Education Program at Capital University upon meeting the above standards. Upon acceptance a student is considered a teacher education candidate.Applications for admittance to the Teacher Education Program are due August 1 (for fall semester) and November 15 (for spring semester). A student may not register for any pedagogy field experience course until they have been admitted to Teacher Education.
Satisfactory progress towards completion of licensure is demonstrated by a minimum grade point average of 2.75 overall and in content and education courses. Satisfactory evaluations in field-based experiences and professional attribute assessments are also necessary indicators of progress.If a student is not making satisfactory progress as described above, the student will be notified of his or her removal from the Teacher Education Program by the Chair of the Student Assessment and Monitoring Committee. The student may apply for readmission upon meeting the requirements for admission to the program.
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