Using Student Learning & Licensure for CAEP Accreditation at Seton Hall University

May 10, 2022 Watermark Insights

The College of Education and Human Services at Seton Hall University offers six advanced programs. To prepare for their Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Advanced Program assessment review, the school needed to compare the six programs, each with unique standards, no common assessments, and differing definitions of which level meets proficiency.

Learn how Watermark Student Learning & Licensure helped the school meet the rigorous CAEP reporting requirements and create an accurate assessment of student performance across programs.

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