A Quick Chat with AAQEP President and CEO, Mark LaCelle-Peterson

How do you say AAQEP? Well, to literally make “a-quip,” that’s exactly how you say it. 

Teacher ed professionals began hearing and using the acronym AAQEP (Associate for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation) a little over four years ago. Because some teacher educators may still be learning about this accrediting body or seeking advice for navigating accreditation during a pandemic, GoReact sat down and chatted with AAQEP President and CEO, Mark LaCelle-Peterson. 

How is AAQEP Different?

Mark LaCelle-Peterson is down to earth and personable, which mirrors the very organization he oversees. This shone through early when we asked him how AAQEP differs from other accrediting bodies in the United States.

“AAQEP allows for greater learning and for accreditation to be a lever for moving ahead as people share their very practical experiences and findings.”—Mark LaCelle-Peterson, CEO of AAQEP
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