NOTE: Before you begin completing form please note a letter of support from your faculty advisor or course instructor must be attached to appeal form. There is a section on the form that requires this action.
Link to Appeal form: Available Here
If you have issues with the link, please contact Donna Neblett, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students interested in requesting an appeal for admission to educator preparation program must initiate the process by submitting an “Admission to Educator Preparation Program Appeal Process” PerfectForm provided on the Educator Preparation Program website (http://www.utm.edu/departments/ess/appeals.php). The PerfectForm will require the student to complete the requested information, provide a letter of support, and an email address from the student’s advisor or another faculty member within the academic department of the student’s major. The student will submit the completed PerfectForm and the form will be routed to the ex-officio member of the Educator Preparation Program Appeal Committee. Once the form is submitted, the student will receive a notification via email that the form has been received.
Once the committee has met and a decision is made, the ex-officio member of the committee will enter the results into the PerfectForm and a notification will be sent via email to the student, the student’s advisor, and the Office of Educator Preparation Program. The ex-officio member of the Educator Preparation Program Appeal Committee will provide a summary report to the committee after each meeting.
The committee will meet once each month from August through May to consider appeals.
If a student does not meet the ACT requirement for Admission to the EPP, he/she must follow these guidelines PRIOR to requesting a formal appeal:
A student who appeals will:
Students will be contacted by the Director of the EPP and placed on probation for one semester. If after one semester the student is unable to reach a 2.75 GPA, the student will be administratively dropped from ALL EPP courses requiring program admission that he or she may be registered for in the future.
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Houston County High School is seeking qualified applicants in Spanish and Economics. Applicants must have a valid Tennessee License and be certified to teach in the appropriate endorsement area. For more information contact: Michael Bass, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-289-4447.
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For application information contact: Houston County Board of Education at 931-289-4148.
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