Webinar
Standard 3: Its language, suggested evidence, and questions to address

Goal of this webinar: To provide updated information on addressing Standard 2 and its components in the CAEP self-study report.

Objectives: Participants will be able to:
-Identify the key points of Standard 3 and its components,
-List the kinds of evidence that CAEP recommends for each of the components for Standard 3, and
-Describe how the standard and its components will be evaluated by CAEP reviewers.
-Outline when an Area for Improvement (AFI) or stipulation might be assigned.

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CAEP regularly receives questions from the field on CAEP Standard 3. We have compiled a list of actual frequently asked questions and provided answers for each one. The answers have been shaped by input from stakeholders and education professionals across the field.

Standard 3 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

This resource is intended to provide clarity. Should you have any further questions about Standard 3, please send them to Emerson Elliott, Director of Special Projects at CAEP.

Status Update on CAEP Standard 3 (June 21, 2016): CAEP Board Clarifies, Refines CAEP Standard 3

At its June 9-10, 2016 biannual meeting, the CAEP Board of Directors adopted language to clarify and refine the academic achievement component of CAEP’s Standard on Candidate Quality. CAEP Component 3.2 – as amended – takes effect July 1, 2016 and will be used by EPPs seeking CAEP Accreditation for either initial or advanced programs, and submitting self-study reports in fall 2017.

Read Demonstrating Academic Achievement: CAEP Board Clarifies, Refines CAEP Standard 3 for more information.

Evidence Option: The Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET)

The Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) is an example of a state assessment that can be used as evidence for component 3.2. A recent Office of Educational Quality and Accountability (OEQA) study showed a strong and positive relationship between ACT (nationally normed) and OGET (state normed) tests. CAEP accepts the use of the state assessment as evidence for compliance with component 3.2.