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The NC A&T Teacher Education Program requires that each candidate seeking initial (A) licensure submit six electronic evidences. Evidences meet four broad competency areas: content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, positive impact on student learning, and leadership.
Students who fail to complete evidences during courses as outlined below will not complete the course satisfactorily. The School of Education at NC A&T State University must present evidence to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction that NC A&T students who complete the licensure requirements will be effective teachers--that they are Future-Ready Educators. Therefore, students who fail to complete evidences at the proficient level will not be recommended for licensure. A description of the electronic evidences may be found in the Teacher Education Electronic Evidences Handbook .