Following accreditation standards, all candidates enrolled in the IU Southeast School of Education are evaluated on a range of performance-based assessments and informed of progress towards completion of their selected programs. Samples of candidate work are collected and/or copied for program decision making and accreditation reviews. Candidate work, referred to as “intellectual property,” will not be used for publication or presentation without the candidate’s written consent. Candidate progress is assessed by contracted designees of the IU Southeast School of Education who could include, but are not limited to, paid and volunteer participants such as full time and adjunct faculty, P-12 teachers and administrators. The School of Education is charged with maintaining the confidentiality of candidates.
Clearance through a criminal history check is required for clinical experiences, including student teaching and other off-campus experiences, as determined by the placement school system.
The IU Southeast Police Department, the vice chancellor for student affairs, and other university departments conduct presentations and distribute written materials to promote awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, and other sex offenses. All sex offenses should be reported immediately to the campus police (University Center 027, (812) 941-2400, local or state law enforcement officials, the vice chancellor for student affairs, or other appropriate university personnel.
Sex and Violent Offender Registry
Effective January 1, 2003, Zachary’s Law requires sheriff departments to jointly establish and maintain the Indiana Sheriff’s Sex Offender Registry to provide detailed information about individuals who register as sex or violent offenders at Indiana sheriff departments (in Marion County,88 November 30, 2011 the Indianapolis Police Department). The purpose of the registry is to inform the general public about the identity, location, and appearance of sex and violent offenders who live, work, and study in Indiana. The state of Indiana also keeps a sex and violent offender directory. Due to our close proximity to the state of Kentucky, the Sex/Criminal Web site is included as well.
- Indiana Sheriffs' Association
- Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry
- Kentucky State Police Sex Offender Registry
If you have any questions about these registries, please contact the IU Southeast Police Department at (812) 941-2400 or in person at University Center South, 027.