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Hello everyone!

I have been going to school on and off for a few years. I have an opportunity to go back now but have two choices. There is an online school, Grand Canyon University, that the schedule would be perfect for me. Or I can go to University of Texas at Arlington. UTA will take longer as I would not be able to go full time. For just my BA, does the school I attend have a lot of weight? GCU is not CAEP accredited, but has a regional accreditation. Does the CAEP (formerly NCATE) matter at the BA level or more so at the Master's level?

Also, if I get primary education, what would be the process if I decide later to teach secondary?

Thank you for any advice!

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aggie'swife 06-19-2019 05:07 AM

Look into Texas Tech on-line.

sendhelp 04-25-2019 12:07 AM

Hello everyone!

I have been going to school on and off for a few years. I have an opportunity to go back now but have two choices. There is an online school, Grand Canyon University, that the schedule would be perfect for me. Or I can go to University of Texas at Arlington. UTA will take longer as I would not be able to go full time. For just my BA, does the school I attend have a lot of weight? GCU is not CAEP accredited, but has a regional accreditation. Does the CAEP (formerly NCATE) matter at the BA level or more so at the Master's level?

Also, if I get primary education, what would be the process if I decide later to teach secondary?

Thank you for any advice!




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