The GPC is charged by the Executive Board to advise the CTL director in the process of reviewing all new program and course changes designated within graduate program offerings that lead to endorsements. In the case of minor changes, the CTL director may elect to approve a change without a committee meeting. All changes must be reported to the Advisory Council as well as the Graduate Council and shall be noted in the Advisory Council’s minutes, accordingly. All courses in the following programs are subject to review by the GPC: Master Teacher, General Administration Option, General Administration with a Bilingual Education Specialization, Library Media, Initial Principal’s Certificate, Initial Program Administrator, Supervisor and Curriculum Certificate, Initial Program Administrator Special Education, Reading Specialist, Special Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Teaching, Individual Studies Program-Master of Education, Mathematics, Music Education, Health, Human Performance and Recreation, School Counseling, School Psychology, Science Education, Theatre Production and Professional Development Courses. Program and course reviews specifically examine coherence, consistency and compliance with CTL’s conceptual framework, State WAC’s and standards, national standards, and NCATE standards.
|Kirk Mathias*||Graduate Faculty Representative||CEPS|
|Bret Smith||Graduate Faculty Representative||CAH|
|Heath Marrs||Graduate Faculty Representative||COTS|
|Susana Flores||Graduate Faculty Representative||CEPS|
|* = Chair of Committee|
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Two Central Washington University alumni are among six Washington elementary teachers now up for the2017 Washington State Teacher Of The Year Credits Passion, And CWU, For Honor
Central Washington University, again, has an alumna who has been named the Washington State TeacherNational Teacher Of The Year Goes "Back To The Beginning"
The National Teacher of the Year takes a visit to his beginnings this morning in Ellensburg. Zillah