Candidate Performance Data

Eastern EPP: Annual Report

 

Annual Reporting Measures (CAEP Component 5.4/A.5.4)

Impact Measures (CAEP Standard 4)

1. Impact on P-12 learning and development (Component 4.1)

4.1: The provider documents, using multiple measures, that program completers contribute to an expected level of student-learning growth. Multiple measures shall include all available growth measures (including value-added measures, student-growth percentiles, and student learning and development objectives) required by the state for its teachers and available to educator preparation providers, other state-supported P-12 impact measures, and any other measures employed by the provider. 

Data is not available at this time but will be available in the next two years.

2. Indicators of teaching effectiveness (Component 4.2)

4.2: The provider documents, using multiple measures, that program completers contribute to an expected level of student-learning growth. Multiple measures shall include all available growth measures (including value-added measures, student-growth percentiles, and student learning and development objectives) required by the state for its teachers and available to educator preparation providers, other state-supported P-12 impact measures, and any other measures employed by the provider. 

Complete data is not available at this time but will be available in the next two years.

For now, we have data for the pilot implementation of edTPA from Spring 2016 and from 2016-2017 report: edTPA Internal Report, Spring 2016 and edTPA summary report 2016-2017

Additionally, at this time, Connecticut legislation explicitly prohibits the linking of any state student-testing database with state educator databases, thereby precluding the use of value-added methodologies for the evaluation of teacher performance based on student achievement. However, given CAEP standard requirements (formally adopted by the State Board of Education in December 2016) and federal Title II requirements regarding measurements of student effectiveness, Connecticut EPPs continue to work with the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) to develop alternative reliable and valid methodologies for measuring EPP program impact on student growth.

Additionally, as part of a larger state board approved plan for reforming educator preparation, the CSDE is preparing for the release of Connecticut’s Educator Preparation Data Dashboard in the fall of 2018, which will include data from multiple unit and program level quality control indicators that will be analyzed and reported by the state annually (e.g., pass rates for Praxis II tests; pass rates for edTPA, a national pre-service performance assessment; surveys of candidates and employers on candidate readiness for service).

3. Satisfaction of employers and employment (Component 4.3/A.4.1)

Employer Survey: Aggregate data on employer feedback on graduates

4. Satisfaction of completers (Component 4.4/A.4.2)

End of Program–Fall 2014

End of Program–Spring 2015

End of Program–Fall 2015

Exit Survey Report for Spring 2017-Overall

Exit Survey Report for Fall 2017-Overall

Exit Survey Report for Fall 2016-Overall

Outcomes Measures

5. Graduation rates (initial & advanced levels)

Graduation rates by diversity (IPEDS data)

Graduation rates by major

6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II (initial & advanced levels)

Title II Report 2012-2013

Title II Report 2013-2014

Title II Report 2014-2015

Title II Report 2015-2016

Title II Report 2016-2017

7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared (initial & advanced levels)

Eastern EPP Licensure Test Data: Fall 2014 to Fall 2017

Specific employment data is not available at this time but should be available in the next year.

8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information (initial & advanced levels)

Student loan default rate: School Default Rates

Other consumer information:

Financial aide

Cost of attendance

Scholarships, loans and grants

Data on Candidates’ Performance

Transition Point I: Admission to Program

1.  Teacher Candidates’ Entry Data, Fall 2014 through Spring 2018

Eastern EPP Entry Data Fall 14 to Spring 18

Transition Point II: Mid-point

1.  Clinical Assessments

Clinical I

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience Data–Fall 2014-ECE 514

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience Data–Fall 2015-ECE 514

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Fall 2014–EDU 301

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Fall 2015–EDU 301

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Fall 2015–EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Spring 2015–EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Spring 2016–EDU 301

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Spring 2016–EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data–Summer 2015–EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data-Fall 2017-EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data-Fall 2017-EDU 301

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data-Fall 2016-EDU 501

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience I Data-Fall 2016-EDU 301

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience-ECE 514-Spring 2017

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience-ECE 514-Fall 2017

Clinical II

ECE Clinical Experience II Data–Fall 2014

ECE Clinical Experience II Data–Fall 2015

ECE Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2015

ECE Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2016

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience Data–Spring 2015–ECE 516

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience Data–Spring 2016–ECE 516

Graduate ECE Clinical Experience Data–Winter 2016–ECE 516

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2015–EDU 401

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2015–EDU 502

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2016–EDU 401

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Spring 2016–EDU 502

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Summer 2015–EDU 502

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data–Summer 2016–EDU 502

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data-Fall 2017-EDU 502

Seven Competencies of Clinical Experience II Data-Fall 2016-EDU 502

2.  Practicum and Pre-Student Teaching Evaluation

Pre-Student Teaching Data Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015

Sixteen Competencies of Pr-student teaching-fall 2016 with range

Sixteen Competencies of Pr-student teaching-fall 2017 with range

Sixteen Competencies of Pr-student teaching-Spring 2017 with range

Transition Point III: Exit

1.  Student teaching evaluation

Student teaching Evaluation Data ECE UG Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data ECE G Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data ELE UG Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data ELE G Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data SEC UG Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data SEC G Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

Student teaching Evaluation Data PE Fall 14, Spring 15, Fall 15, Spring 16

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Student-teaching-Evaluation-Data-PE-Fall-16-Fall-17

Student-teaching-Evaluation-Data-SEC-G-Fall-16-Fall-17

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2.  Capstone/Culminating Experience

a.  Student Impact Portfolio

3.  Licensure Data

Praxis II Best Attempt Fall 2015 to Spring 2016

Praxis II Passing rate Fall 2015

 

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