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ACAE Accreditation in the COVID-19 Era - ACAE issued a statement to academic programs on April 21, 2020. A survey of accredited programs was taken in spring 2020 and a report of the findings was sent to the programs on October 13, 2020. A follow-up survey of programs was taken in fall 2020 and a report of the finings was sent to the programs on December 17, 2020.
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ACAE is recognized by CHEA through December 31, 2022 - ACAE has applied for re-recognition by CHEA and its application will be reviewed by CHEA's Committee on Recognition in November 2021. CHEA recognition review includes an opportunity for parties independent of the accrediting organization under review to comment on whether the organization meets the CHEA recognition standards. Third-party comment may be either oral or written and is limited to the accrediting organization’s efforts to meet the CHEA recognition standards. This may include commentary from many different sources, such as other accrediting organizations, institutions and programs, or professional or higher education associations. The comments will assist the CHEA Committee on Recognition as it considers ACAE's application for recognition. CHEA is receiving third-party comments through October 12, 2021.
Update on Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE): Audiology Accreditation "Of, For, and By Audiology", Poster presented at AAA19 by James W Hall III, PhD; Erica Friedland, AuD; Martha Mundy, AuD; Andy Lau, AuD; and Sam Atcherson, PhD