TECUnit

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The Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit is the national testing organization for the American Cued Speech community.

History

The TECUnit began as the Training, Evaluation, and Certification Unit – a committee formed by the NCSA. This committee provided training courses developed the standards of cuedlanguagetransliteration as codifed in the Cued Language Transliterator Code of Conduct|CuedLanguageTransliteratorCodeofConduct]], developed standardized testing, and provided training nationally. In 1997, the TECunit was divided into two separate organizations: the re-named Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit (which no longer provided any training) and a private company Language Matters, Inc.. This separation divided the training and testing divisions into separate organizations.

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