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Texas law requires all individuals seeking educator certification to pass examinations in those areas in which they seek certification. Currently, students of the College of Education have a passing rate of 97 percent.
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In concert with the Center for K-16 Education Policy and Research’s focus on exploring the myriad ways educational programs can be understood across multiple sectors of education, the Mike Moses K-16 Leadership Speaker Series provides an invaluable opportunity for UT Arlington to host conversations with educational leaders, scholars, and policy makers who are helping shape K-16 education. With the distinction between K-12 and postsecondary education firmly entrenched in the United States, the Speaker Series provides a space for critical educators to come together and engage in dialogues that focus on breaking down this distinction and creating a unified understanding of K-16 education. In doing so, these conversations help UT Arlington and the larger educational community work to ensure that our system of education enables students at all levels to realize their potential.
In its fourth year, the Mike Moses K-16 Leadership Speaker Series provided opportunities for students, faculty and the UT Arlington community to learn from two outstanding leaders in the field of Education: Dr. Cheryl Cardell, Vice President of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and Angela Farley, Senior Vice President of Education, Dallas Regional Chamber.