Educator Preparation Program Student Handbook
Found at the above link, the EPP Student Handbook has been created so that there is an official reference for policies, guidelines, and requirements for all students taking any of the Education courses offered by Hanover College. Teachers are professionals who are held to one of the highest standards of conduct of all careers. This handbook not only serves to be a source of reference for Education students but also to communicate the legal requirements and privacy issues facing all educators. All Education students (not only admitted teacher candidates) are asked to review this Handbook each year and to make certain that they understand the contents. The EPP requires an agreement sent to students via an online form that confirms that the student has received access to the Handbook and that they agree to following all procedures and requirements and acknowledges that classroom information is highly confidential.
This confirmation states the following:
As a student/participant in any education course, I state that the return of the online confirmation form will serve as my signature acknowledging that I have read, and agree to abide by, all expectations, agreements, rules, requirements, and policies of the anover College Educator Preparation Program Handbook throughout my career as a Hanover College Education student. The Program Handbook is updated annually. It is available on our EPP website at www.education.hanover.edu and should be reviewed by all students at least once each academic year. While Education professors will discuss any change or updates, as well as specifics as they relate to each Decision Point, it is the student's responsibility to be familiar with all aspects of the Educator Preparation Program. Do ask questions as needed to ensure compliance. The Education Student Services Office is a good source of information relating to the Program requirements, which expand beyond the academic requirements of the College.
NOTE: Students without an agreement on file are held to all standards, policies, and requirements and demonstrate a lack of professionalism which will be reflected in the student's development of dispositions records.