In this session we will feature two educator prep programs’ approaches to analyzing and restructuring their assessment processes and the role that Chalk & Wire played in each process. First, the Educator Prep Program (EPP) at Oklahoma Wesleyan University will share how they embarked on a curriculum audit. The process included a thorough comparison of the InTASC Standards to current pedagogical practices. This process led to a discussion about efficiency, efficacy, and mission alignment. The EPP create new syllabi, rubrics, and assessment practices. Next, the College of Education at Oral Roberts University will share their approach when faced with a perfect storm of new standards, upcoming accreditation, and an institutional change in data collection platforms. Multiple committees, working groups, and short-term teams were developed to create a comprehensive change that included students, faculty, staff, and external personnel. Graduate Education faculty, Undergraduate Education faculty, Chair of Undergraduate Education, led a college level team that redeveloped a quality assurance system.