Schools and Programs

CASE (Council on Approved Student Education)

The Council on Approved Student Education (CASE), part of the National Court Reporters Association, establishes the General Requirements and Minimum Standards.

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NCRA-approved court reporting programs

NCRA is not an accrediting agency, but all NCRA-approved 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.

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Program approval process

As part of the approval process, court reporting programs complete a self-study and undergo an in-person evaluation by NCRA staff and a Certified Program Evaluator. Approval is effective for not more than five years.

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School resources

Welcome to NCRA’s School Resources Center, where court reporting schools can find a wide array of resources to assist them with fostering and promoting their programs, their students, and the profession.

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