Schools & Programs
The History of Court Reporting Education in the United States
by Lynette R. Eggers, MA, CRI, CPE & Laqueta Soule, CRI, CPE
Certified and Participating Programs
NCRA is not an accrediting agency, but all NCRA-certified programs are accredited by agencies recognized by the U.S. government. Each institution's transfer of credit policy is governed by the standards of the particular agencies accrediting that institution.
Requirements & Standards
General Requirements and Minimum Standards are established by the Council on Approved Student Education (CASE), part of the National Court Reporters Association.
Program Certification & Maintenance
Download and complete CASE Annual Report form only if you have an NCRA-certified court reporting program. The Council on Approved Student Education (CASE) requires the Annual Report to be completed each fall using the enrollment as of November 1 each year in the certified court reporting program.
NCRA Steno Theory Clearinghouse
NCRA has shifted its role regarding steno theories from one of regulator to that of a "clearinghouse".