College of Education Governance and Committees
Teacher Education Committees
Teacher Education Council
Since its inception in 1963, the Teacher Education Council (TEC) at Purdue University has been broadly representative of the academic colleges, departments, and programs that participate in the undergraduate and graduate instruction of students preparing to meet licensure requirements. The TEC was constituted to "represent the University faculty in the establishment of academic standards for all students pursuing curricula leading to teacher certification."
Program Convener Council
The Program Convener Council is a collaborative and advisory body to the TEC that is comprised of the program conveners (leaders) of all initial and advanced teacher licensure programs at Purdue. The College of Education (COE) Associate Dean for Learning chairs the Program Convener Council.
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