There is a national call for stronger partnerships between K-12 schools and educator preparation providers. The Council for the Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP) has issued new standards and is calling for strong collaborative partnerships between educator preparation providers and school districts in order to pursue mutually beneficial and agreed upon goals for the preparation of future educators.
Below is a list of the partnership schools the Clinical Experiences, Placements & Partnerships office (CEPP) works with to arrange field placements. Currently, the CEPP office arranges field placements and builds partnerships with local schools in the following school systems: Atlanta Public Schools, Bartow County Schools, Cartersville City Schools, Cherokee County Schools, Cobb County Schools, Douglas County Schools, Fulton County Schools, Gwinnett County Schools, Marietta City Schools, Paulding County Schools, Gordon County Schools, and Hall County Schools.
Please view the presentations below to find out more about field placements needed by Kennesaw Sate University's teacher candidates at each level. These presentations outline each placement along with the number of hours required in the classroom.
Are you interested in becoming a mentor teacher by hosting a Kennesaw State University education candidate? Check out the presentations to find out more about each degree program's goals, field experiences, and accomplishments. If you are interested in hosting a KSU teacher candidate after viewing the presentations, please speak with your administrator and feel free to also contact KSU's Clinical Experiences, Placements and Partnerships office if you have questions.