Teaching the deaf, or hearing impaired, can be a rewarding career. While there are some schools which only teach deaf students, most teachers for hearing impaired students teach in a traditional public school setting. Because most students with special needs are mainstreamed as much as possible in traditional classrooms, many deaf educators work individually with students and may interpret for classroom teachers.
What is CAEP Accreditation?
CAEP is the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. NCATE and TEAC merged into CAEP, and as of 2016, CAEP is the top teaching education program accrediting board. CAEP accreditation is widely considered as the top teaching program-specific accreditation.
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