Lessons from Ten Years of TEAC's Accrediting Activity by ProQuest


[...] the programs that seek TEAC accreditation have solid evidence that the institution is committed to the program. Because the institution that offers the program must be regionally accredited (or its equivalent), the institution's capacity in the traditional in-put areas cited in the federal regulations is established, and the only question is whether the program conforms to the institutional norms with regard to these input areas of capacity.

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