EduCativ Posted July 21, 2020 Share Posted July 21, 2020 The mission of the American College of Education is to deliver high-quality, affordable, and accessible online programs grounded in evidence-based content and relevant application, preparing graduates to serve, lead, and achieve personal and professional goals in diverse, evolving communities. With recognized educational experts, respected instructors, and relevant, applicable graduate programs, the American College of Education offers exceptional online degree programs tailored to educators and leaders. Becoming an ACE student means taking the first step toward achieving your goals. With 24/7 access to coursework, an abundance of resources, and state-of-the-art software, we are giving our students the knowledge they crave—on their schedule. Moreover, they will not be working alone. Students collaborate on projects, share perspectives, and build professional relationships with faculty and fellow students from across the country throughout the entire program. ACE equips students with practical tools and strategies to become influential role models both among their peers and in advanced leadership positions. Moreover, we do it by offering exciting and relevant courses that help all students learn to add value through the effective use of digital technology. Canvas, our state-of-the-art course platform, allows students to interact through coffee chats, discussion boards, and more—encouraging conversation and collaboration while keeping personal information private. With campus and library guides, and prompt answers to your questions, this software ensures you spend your time focusing on what is most important: learning. We are committed to providing you with a meaningful, personalized student experience from enrollment through graduation. Faculty and Student Success Coaches are ready to assist you every step of the way, offering prompt assistance on matters concerning your academic program. American College of Education is committed to providing the best graduate-level library resources and services to our students. With the current revolution in information and telecommunications technologies, our students can access most scholarly and research information in digital formats. Older items that cannot be located digitally are available through inter-library loan. Items that cannot be located in the collection are available through inter-library loan. Our online students learn how to access and use the vast resources available to them—anytime and anywhere. Internship, student teaching, and field experience activities are designed to be compatible with the U.S. school system. In order to ensure appropriate supervision and equivalent experiences, students must complete all field experiences and internship activities in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. To best support students as they complete their internship, student teaching, and other field experiences, the American College of Education requires all students to complete these requirements in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. Students with exceptional circumstances (such as working at a Department of Defense School) may apply for a Clinical Experience Exception Approval. American College of Education does not offer visas or other types of work permits. Securing any necessary authorization is the responsibility of the student. All admitted students must be eligible to work within and agree to complete all requirements in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. At times, students may decide to change to a different degree program, change their course of study within their current program, or change to a student-at-large. A degree program is defined as a series of prescribed courses that lead to a degree. A course of study is a designated sequence of courses, which are focus areas within a degree program. Students seeking a change of program, course of study, or change to student-at-large status must meet the new program's admission requirements. American College of Education wants to be students' first choice for online programs in education and healthcare, as well as programs leading to initial teacher licensure. We need outstanding professionals to make it happen. We look for people who can maintain our commitment to education excellence and build ACE with high-quality, low-cost degree programs. Providing the education that professionals need to improve their practice allows ACE employees to improve their futures. Since 2005, the American College of Education has been a leader in educators' professional development through our online programs. We were founded by educators and have drawn from our experiences to make ACE a truly unique institution that places our students' needs first and helps you achieve your professional goals. As a socially conscious institution, we believe we have a responsibility to our students, alumni, employees, local communities, and society. We strive to make an impact in the world that goes well beyond our bottom line. As the first and only Certified B Corporation and Benefit Corporation in the state of Indiana, ACE is committed to doing good in the world. The B Corp movement redefines success in business. We are proud to meet the rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency required to be certified by B Lab. Our commitment to social responsibility is also manifested in our partnerships with non-profit organizations that provide services or materials to educators and schools in their local communities. View full university Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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