Division of Education chair elected NCATE Protocol Representative
By Kelley M. Arnold
Director of News and Public Information
Dr. David W. Moffett
MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Education chair, Dr. David W. Moffett, was recently elected to serve as a National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Protocol Representative to the Professional Standards Commission of Georgia by the Georgia Association of Independent Colleges of Teacher Education (GAICTE).
Dr. Moffett also serves as a board member of the Georgia Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (GACTE).
GACTE is comprised of Georgia’s 35 Board of Regents public institutions of higher education and many of the independent institutions, including Brewton-Parker College (BPC). GACTE is the state chapter affiliate of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE).
According to Dr. T. Ronald Melton, BPC provost, Dr. Moffett’s selection will have a positive impact on the college and the students it serves.
“Dr. Moffett’s selection is a significant personal professional achievement which reflects the confidence of his peers from across the state who selected him. This is also a significant honor for the Division of Education and Brewton-Parker College,” said Dr. Melton.
Dr. Moffett is excited to serve the state and the college through this position.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to represent the independent colleges of Georgia as a representative to the Professional Standards Commission and their accreditation process and even more pleased that Brewton-Parker College is receiving the deserved statewide recognition,” said Dr. Moffett.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia.