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All undergraduate programs within the School of Education are NCATE accredited. (Now known as CAEP)

For more than 100 years, Cedarville has been preparing educators who serve as classroom teachers and administrators in public, private, and Christian schools around the world. This historical presence and the outstanding reputation of our graduates have positioned Cedarville as a leader in teacher education.

Another hallmark of Cedarville's education program is the emphasis on practical experience. By spending more than 600 hours in actual classrooms at both Christian and public schools, you will feel confident and equipped to lead a classroom of your own when you graduate. You will also be thoroughly prepared to use technology as you observe and learn from Cedarville professors who integrate technology into every education class. Of course, you will have many opportunities to practice your own integration of technology as part of your clinical teaching experiences.