With over 121,000 exams delivered across the globe, the Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) certification provides robust tools that help educators drive best-in-class integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into classroom instruction. Keep reading to see which countries and organizations around the world endorse Microsoft Certified Educator certification.
The Ministry of Education in Egypt has endorsed Microsoft programs for teacher’s skills development since 2007. On an annual basis more than 10,000 teachers are trained and certified on MCE. This number has grown to reach 24,000 candidates per year since 2018.
The National Council for Labor Competency Certifications and Standards (CONOCER) is the Mexican federal agency responsible for coordinating Mexico's National Competencies Framework. CONOCER has endorsed MCE and recognized it in the National Registry of Competency Standards (RENEC) making it one of the options required for students to graduate.
The Ministry of Education has endorsed MCE and aims to train and certify more than 300,000 teachers. To date, more than half have been certified.
In Romania, MCE is recognized by the Ministry of Education as a continuing professional development qualification for teachers, earning 15 credits. You can read more about Romania's work with MCE here.
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