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The School of Education provides 8-12 teacher certification with 5-9 middle school extension in English, Math and Social Studies. The Education Professional Standards Board requires ongoing assessment of educator preparation candidates. Therefore, it is important that secondary education majors with middle school extensions remain in close contact with their education advisors. The first candidate assessment point, called CAP 1, is intent to major in the educator preparation program. CAP 2 is admission to the program and approval is required to take ED 414. All CAP requirements are described earlier in this section.
See the respective sections in this catalog for courses required in these majors. Due to the developmental nature of the educator preparation program and due to extensive field experience requirements, candidates are urged to start taking these courses no later than the first semester of their sophomore year..