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East Tennessee State University

Welcome to East Tennessee State University’s Educator Preparation Program data website. The EPP is currently accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). In fall 2021, the Educator Preparation Program Unit at ETSU will be seeking national accreditation through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). CAEP has identified eight (8) annual outcome and impact measures and requires EPPs to provide data that can be shared and easily understood by the public.

Impact Measures

(Data Source: Tennessee Department of Education)

Description of Data: Impact of Tennessee Teachers Prepared by East Tennessee State University on P-12 Learning and Development: Level of Overall Effectiveness (LOE) Data

The Level of Overall Effectiveness rating is a quantitative score comprised of teacher observations, student growth data gathered from the Tennessee Valued-Added Assessment System (TVAAS), and student achievement data. Data from these sources are combined to create a scale score between 100 and 500. Descriptors of score ranges are listed here:

Score Range Overall Level of Effectiveness Educator Effectiveness Descriptors

 

<200

 

1

A teacher at this level has limited knowledge of the instructional skills, knowledge, and responsibilities described in the rubric, and struggles to implement them. He/she makes little attempt to use data to set and reach appropriate teaching and learning goals, and has little to no impact on student achievement.

 

200-274.99

 

2

A teacher at this level demonstrates some knowledge of the instructional skills, knowledge, and responsibilities described in the rubric, but implements them inconsistently. He/she may struggle to use data to set and reach appropriate teaching and learning goals. His/her impact on student achievement is less than expected.

 

275-349.99

 

3

A teacher at this level understands and implements most of the instructional skills, knowledge, and responsibilities described in the rubric. He/she uses data to set and reach teaching and learning goals and makes the expected impact on student achievement.

 

350-424.99

 

4

A teacher at this level comprehends the instructional skills, knowledge, and responsibilities described in the rubric and implements them consistently. He/she is skilled at using data to set and reach appropriate teaching and learning goals and makes a strong impact on student achievement.

 

425-500

 

5

A teacher at this level exemplifies the instructional skills, knowledge, and responsibilities described in the rubric, and implements them without fail. He/she is adept at using data to set and reach ambitious teaching and learning goals. He/she makes a significant impact on student achievement and should be considered a model of exemplary teaching.

 

Distribution of Overall Level of Effectiveness Ratings for Tennessee Teachers Prepared by East Tennessee State University

Results of ETSU completers are shown below reflective of the 2014-2015, 2015- 2016 and 2016-2017 academic years.


Initial Licensure Effective Year
% of ETSU completers with LOE Level 1
% of ETSU completers with LOE Level 2
% of ETSU completers with LOE Level 3
% of ETSU completers with LOE Level 4
% of ETSU completers with LOE Level 5
% of ETSU completers with Level 3+ LOE
2015
0.0
2.7
22.9
51.1
23.2
97.3
2016
1.1
1.7
23.9
49.4
23.9
97.2
2017
0.0
6.5
37.0
40.2
16.3
93.5

 

3-year values in the Distribution of LOE for ETSU Completers 

 A three year composite score represents the combined scores for 2014-2017 completers by LOE level.  96.7% of Tennessee teachers prepared by East Tennessee State University earned Levels of Effectiveness scores of 3 and higher. 

Initial Licensure Effective Year

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

Level 1

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

Level 2

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

 Level 3

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

Level 4

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

Level 5

% of ETSU completers with LOE score

Level 3+

 2015-2017
0.3
3.0
25.1
 49.2
 22.4
96.7

 

Limitations of the LOE Data

Limitations of the LOE Data

1.      The information reported is for individuals receiving their licenses with effective years, 2014-2015; 2015-2016; and 2016-2017.  LOE data is not yet available for 2017-2018.

2.      The information reported is for individuals who are employed in public schools within the State of Tennessee. Impact data for teachers prepared by East Tennessee State University who are employed in other States or in private education settings are not included in the displayed data.

3.      Due to legislative changes made in the 2013 legislative sessions, the calculation for overall levels of effectiveness is dependent upon whether a teacher has an individual growth score (due to teaching in a tested subject/grade level) or a school- or system-wide growth score (due to teaching in a non-tested subject/grade level).

Tennessee Value-Added Assessment Data

The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) consists of student growth scores collected annually by the Tennessee Department of Education (TNDOE). These scores are shared with Tennessee Educator Preparation Programs via an online data system, TNAtlas, provided by the Tennessee Department of Education. The availability of data encourages continuous review and improvement in Educator Preparation Programs. 

Results of ETSU completers are shown below reflective of the 2014-2015, 2015- 2016, and 2016-2017 academic years.

Distribution of TVAAS Ratings

Initial Licensure Effective Year

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

 Level 1

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 2

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

 Level 3

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 4

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 5

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 3+

2015
18.4
21.1
 31.6
 7.9
 21.1
 60.5
2016
14.0
14.0
30.2
11.6
30.2
72.1
2017
23.4
12.8
38.3
12.8
12.8
63.8
3-year values in the Distribution of TVAAS Ratings for ETSU Completers 

 A three year composite score represents the combined scores for 2015-2017 completers by LOE level.  64.5 percent of Tennessee Teachers prepared by the EPP Unit at East Tennessee State University who received a TVAAS score earned a score of 3 or higher.

Initial Licensure Effective Year

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

 Level 1

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 2

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

 Level 3

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 4

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 5

% of ETSU completers with TVAAS score

Level 3+

 2015-2017
 18.7
16.9
33.1
 10.2
 21.1
 64.5
Limitations of the TVAAS Data

Limitations of the TVAAS Data

1.      The information in the chart above is for those individuals who received their licenses from East Tennessee State University in 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.  There is a delay in receiving the most recent TVAAS data, 2017-2018. Those data will be reviewed and added next year’s annual report when it becomes available from Tennessee Department of Education.

2.      Student growth data is generated from all TCAP assessments, regardless of subject or grade, including TNReady. The student growth data that factors into the score for a specific education will come from results of that teacher’s students, in whichever grade(s)/subject(s) that educator taught them. These weightings assume stability in the number of tested students per teacher year to year.

3.      New legislation in Tennessee resets the weighting of TNReady scores at 10 percent for 2016-2017 school year, 20 percent for the 2017-2018 school year; and 35 percent for the 2018-2019 school year and thereafter. Additionally 2015-2016 growth will only be used if it benefits the educators. If it does not, or if the educator does not have scores from the 2015-2016 year, the qualitative (TEAM evaluation) component of the evaluation composite will increase.

4.      The state accountability test, TNReady, was not administered to students in grades 3 – 8 in the 2016-2017 academic year, thus the Tennessee Department of Education was unable to generate individual TVAAS scores for all fourth –eighth grade teachers in the 2016-2017 year. Therefore, these teachers will have the same evaluation composite scores as teachers in non-tested grades and subjects.

Description of Data: Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness for Tennessee Teachers Prepared by East Tennessee State University

Teacher Observation Ratings

The teacher evaluation in Tennessee public schools consists of frequent observations and constructive feedback for teachers through multiple observations and pre- and post-conferences. Using the indicators of the Tennessee Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM) rubric, teachers and school leaders work together to identify what is working well in the classroom (area of reinforcement), where there is room for improvement (areas of refinement), and options for professional development to support continued growth.

The standards included in the TEAM rubric were developed through a collaboration with the Tennessee Department of Education and the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET). The rubrics are based on educational psychology and cognitive science research on learning and instruction as well as an extensive review of publications from national and state teacher standards organizations.

The Teaching Skills, Knowledge, and Professionalism Performance Standards are divided into four domains: Instruction, Environment, Planning and Professionalism.   Performance definitions are provided at levels 5, 3, and 1, but raters can also score performance at levels 2 or 4 based on their professional judgment.

Observation ratings are collected annually by the Tennessee Department of Education (TNDOE) and shared via the TNAtlas system, an online system to house data and to encourage continuous improvement of programming.

Distribution of Observation Ratings on the Observation Ratings of ETSU Completers

Initial Licensure Effective Year

% of ETSU completers with observation score

 Level 1

% of ETSU completers with observation score

Level 2

% of ETSU completers with observation score

 Level 3

% of ETSU completers with observation score

Level 4

% of ETSU completers with observation score

Level 5

% of ETSU completers with observation score

Level 3+

 2015
0.3
 2.3
 26.8
 53.4
 17.3
 97.4
 2016
0.0
 3.4
 30.9
 54.3
 11.4
 96.6
 2017
0.0
 7.4
 37.2
 50.0
 5.3
 92.6
3-year values in the Distribution of Observation Ratings of ETSU Completers

 A three year composite score represents the combined scores for 2015-2017 completers for TEAM Observation Ratings.  96.5 percent of Tennessee Teachers prepared by the EPP Unit at East Tennessee State University who received a TEAM score earned a score of 3 or higher.

% of ETSU completers with observation score

Initial Licensure Effective Year


 Level 1


Level 2


 Level 3


Level 4


Level 5


Level 3+

2014-2017
0.2
3.3
29.4
53.1
14.0
96.5

 

Limitations of the Observation Data

Limitations of the Observation Data

1.      The information in the report is for those individuals receiving their licensure with effective years of 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.

2.      Given the delay in which data is shared by the TNDOE, current access to observation ratings is only available for 2014-2015, 2015-2016, and 2016-2017 completers. Upon receipt of the 2017-2018 observation ratings, an analysis of completers' teaching effectiveness will be provided in the next annual report.

Description of Data: Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones for Tennessee Teachers Prepared by East Tennessee State University

Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones

Principal Survey: At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, Principals from local partnering schools were asked to rate their satisfaction with teachers they hired at the beginning of the 2017 school year who were graduates from the ETSU teacher education program.   Twelve Principals participated in this study.  Principals were asked on a 4-point scale (strongly disagree/strongly agree) their perceptions on the capability of the ETSU teachers they hired in relation to inTASC teaching behaviors.  Principals reported that they agreed or strongly agreed (all means >3.0) that the hired teachers were meeting expectations for all teaching behaviors.  Of specific note, Principals noted that the teachers hired from ETSU were specifically strong in their ability to assess student performance (M= 3.42, SD= .9), collaboration with various stakeholders (M= 3.42, SD= .9), and overall professionalism (M= 3.33, SD= 1.0).  Teaching behaviors that were reported the lowest by Principals were the ETSU teachers’ ability to plan instruction based on assessment data (M=3.0, SD= .95), use verbal and nonverbal communication with individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds (M=3.08, SD= .79), and to recognize learning misconceptions of a discipline to build future learning experiences (M=3.08, SD=.9).

Limitations: Though, overall, principals rated ETSU employed teachers high on their teaching behaviors and professionalism, one limitation of this study is that principals rated employed teachers from the 2017-2018 school year collectively.   As a result, a principal at a specific school who hired three ETSU graduates for 2017-2018 rated all three employees collectively.  Though the study address specific licensure areas, it is unable to differentiate specific teachers (unless only one teacher was hired from ETSU in a school year)

Description of Data: Satisfaction of Tennessee Teachers Who Were Prepared by East Tennessee State University

Satisfaction of Completers

The Tennessee Department of Education through TN Atlas provides the following data on Completer Satisfaction for the 2014-2017 cohort. 

Completer Satisfaction for 2014-2017

Area assessed % of ETSU completers reporting satisfaction State value
Clinical experience and coaching/mentoring (e.g., student teaching, job-embedded) 88.2 88.35
Coursework and faculty expertise/relationships (e.g., readings, faculty lectures, assignments, research, projects) 86.8 85.49
Overall preparation for teaching in their current school setting 86.8 83.68

 

Completer Survey 

(Data Source: East Tennessee State University)

ETSU piloted a completer survey to assess completer satisfaction. Sixty-five undergraduate students and seven graduate students responded to the survey request. To summarize the findings, 97.03% of the completers agreed or strongly agreed on their self-confidence in their subject matter content knowledge related to the INTASC content areas. In addition 91.4% of the completers agreed or strongly agreed that their program prepared them adequately with the ability to implement the INTASC-related teaching behaviors. Finally, 88.9% of the completers rated agreed or strongly agreed that their mentor teachers modeled and demonstrated INTASC-related teaching behaviors during residency placements. Overall completers felt well prepared. Our EPP is reviewing our placement process with partnering local education agencies to improve upon the placement experiences of our candidates. 

 

Outcome Measures

 (Data Source: East Tennessee State University)

Graduation Rates

(Data Source: East Tennessee State University)

Program

Academic Year

Cohort Headcount

1 yr Graduation Headcount

1 yr Graduation Rate

2 yr Graduation Headcount

2 yr Graduation Rate

3 yr Graduation Headcount

3 yr Graduation Rate

ECDV_BS
2015-2016
18
11
61%
17
94%
17
94%
 
2016-2017
21
16
76%
20
95%
 
 
 
2017-2018
20
19
95%
 
 
 
 
ISED_BSED
2015-2016
63
58
92%
60
95%
60
95%
 
2016-2017
59
56
95%
57
97%
 
 
 
2017-2018
50
49
98%
 
 
 
 
SPED_BS
2015-2016
19
18
95%
18
95%
18
95%
 
2016-2017
10
10
100%
10
100%
 
 
 
2017-2018
19
19
100%
 
 
 
 
ECED_MA
2015-2016
7
7
100%
7
100%
7
100%
 
2016-2017
0
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2017-2018
4
4
100%
 
 
 
 
SMED_MED
2015-2016
1
1
100%
1
100%
1
100%
 
2016-2017
1
1
100%
1
100%
 
 
 
2017-2018
0
 
 
 
 
 
 
SPED_MED
2015-2016
1
1
100%
1
100%
1
100%
 
2016-2017
4
4
100%
4
100%
 
 
 
2017-2018
2
2
100%
 
 
 
 
TEML_MAT
2015-2016
16
16
100%
16
100%
16
100%
 
2016-2017
25
24
96%
24
96%
 
 
 
2017-2018
17
17
100%
 
 
 
 

 

Graduation Rates: Advanced Level Programs

(Data Source: East Tennessee State University)

Advanced Level Programs 2016-2018

School Librarianship-M.Ed

92.3 % (n = 26)

Reading Specialist-M.Ed

70% (n = 10)


 

Graduation Rates: Instructional Leader/Principal Preparation

(Data Source: East Tennessee State University)

Instructional Leader/Principal Preparation 2014-2017

M.Ed

100% (n =11)

Ed.S

100% (n = 1)*

Ed.D

92.3% (n = 13)

*Only includes 2014-2015 admitted students

Ability of Completers of Teacher Preparation Programs at East Tennessee State University to Meet Licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements

Ability of Completers of Teacher Preparation Programs at East Tennessee State University to Meet Licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements

(Data Source: ETS Client Services, Title II Report)

For initial licensure in the state of Tennessee and State Requirements all teacher candidates must complete the required tests including Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) and separate subject area tests for the licensure area sought.  100 percent of completers of the Educator Preparation Program at East Tennessee State University meet the licensing requirements required for certification.

The Praxis II data reported here outlines a summary of pass rates in addition to the number of testers, average scaled score, number of passing tests, and pass rate percentage for program completers for the following academic years: 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018. Tests in which there are less than 10 test takers are noted as <10 and additional data are omitted.

Reporting Period 2015-2018
(Data Source: Educational Testing Service)

Assessment code-name-company-group

Year

# of tests taken

Avg. scaled score

# passing tests

Pass rate (%)

ETS5621 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING EARLY CHILD (ETS)
2015-2016
28
171
28
100
ETS5622 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING K-6 (ETS)
2015-2016
83
176
83
100
ETS5623 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 5-9 (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5624 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 7-12 (ETS)
2015-2016
36
176
36
100
 
 
 
 
 
 
ETS5135 –ART CONTENT AND ANALYSIS (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS0235 –BIOLOGY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS0245 –CHEMISTRY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5024 –EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN (ETS)
2015-2016
27
174
27
100
ETS5018 –ELEM ED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2015-2016
89
174
89
100
ETS5014 –ELEM ED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (DISCONTINUED) (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5017 –ELEM ED CURR INSTRUC ASSESSMENT (ETS)
2015-2016
65
170
65
100
ETS5038 -ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS: CK  (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5311 -LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST
2015-2016
15
165
15
100
ETS5161 -MATHEMATICS CONTENT KNOWLEDGE 5 (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5146 -MIDDLE SCHOOL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE 6 (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5095 -PHYSICAL ED CONTENT AND DESIGN (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5421 -PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELOR (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5301 -READING SPECIALIST (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS6011 -SCHOOL LEADERS LICENSURE ASSESSMENT (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5543 -SE CK AND MILD TO MODERATE APPL 7 (ETS)
2015-2016
13
177
13
100
ETS5545 -SE CK AND SEVERE TO PROF APPL 8 (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5195 -SPANISH: WORLD LANGUAGE (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5331 SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (ETS)
2015-2016
17
177
17
100
ETS5203 -TEACHING READING: ELEM EDUCATION (ETS)
2015-2016
117
174
117
100
ETS5641 –THEATRE (ETS)
2015-2016
<10
 
 
 
ETS5941 -WORLD AND U.S. HISTORY CK 6 (ETS)
2015-2016
10
162
10
100
 
 
 
 
 
 
ETS5621 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING EARLY CHILD (ETS)
2016-2017
22
170
22
100
ETS5622 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING K-6 (ETS)
2016-2017
64
176
64
100
ETS5623 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 5-9 (ETS)
2016-2017
12
181
12
100
ETS5624 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 7-12 (ETS)
2016-2017
55
174
55
100
 
 
 
 
 
 
ETS5135 -ART CONTENT AND ANALYSIS (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS0235 -BIOLOGY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS0245 -CHEMISTRY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5024 -EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN (ETS)
2016-2017
21
171
21
100
ETS5017 -ELEM ED CURR INSTRUC ASSESSMENT (ETS)
2016-2017
58
172
58
100
ETS5018 -ELEM ED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2016-2017
79
174
79
100
ETS5038 -ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS: CK (ETS)
2016-2017
13
179
13
100
ETS5311 -LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5161 -MATHEMATICS CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5146 -MIDDLE SCHOOL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5114 -MUSIC CONTENT & INSTRUCTION 5 (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5095 -PHYSICAL ED CONTENT AND DESIGN (ETS)
2016-2017
12
171
12
100
ETS5265 -PHYSICS CONTENT KNOWLEDGE 2 (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS6011 -SCHOOL LEADERS LICENSURE ASSESMT
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5543 -SE CK AND MILD TO MODERATE APPL 7 (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5545 -SE CK AND SEVERE TO PROF APPL 8 (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
ETS5331 SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (ETS)
2016-2017
18
174
18
100
ETS5203 -TEACHING READING: ELEM EDUCATION (ETS)
2016-2017
101
174
101
100
ETS5941 -WORLD AND U.S. HISTORY CK 6 (ETS)
2016-2017
<10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ETS5621 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING EARLY CHILD (ETS)
2017-2018
28
173
28
100
ETS5622 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING K-6 (ETS)
2017-2018
65
177
65
100
ETS5623 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 5-9 (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5624 -PRINC LEARNING AND TEACHING 7-12 (ETS)
2017-2018
53
177
53
100
 
 
 
 
 
 
ETS5135 -ART CONTENT AND ANALYSIS (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5235 -BIOLOGY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS0245 -CHEMISTRY CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5017 -ELEM ED CURR INSTRUC ASSESSMENT (ETS)
2017-2018
51
172
51
100
ETS5018 -ELEM ED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2017-2018
77
173
77
100
ETS5911 -ECONOMICS (COMPUTER)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5024 -EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN (ETS)
2017-2018
27
174
27
100
ETS5038 -ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS: CK (ETS)
2017-2018
11
179
11
100
ETS5362 ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5931 -GOVERNMENT/POLITICAL SCIENCE (COMPUTER)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5311 -LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5161 -MATHEMATICS CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5146 -MIDDLE SCHOOL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5047 -MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETSU5169-MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5440 -MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5089 -MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES (COMPUTER)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5114 -MUSIC CONTENT & INSTRUCTION 5 (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5095 -PHYSICAL ED CONTENT AND DESIGN (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5421 -PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELOR
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS6011 -SCHOOL LEADERS LICENSURE ASSESMT
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5543 -SE CK AND MILD TO MODERATE APPL 7 (ETS)
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5545 -SE CK AND SEVERE TO PROF APPL 8 (ETS)
2017-2018
14
177
14
100
ETS5354 -SE CORE KNOWLEDGE & APPLICATIONS
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5691 SE PRESCHOOL EARLY CHILDHOOD
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5195 -SPANISH: WORLD LANGUAGE
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5203 -TEACHING READING: ELEM EDUCATION (ETS)
2017-2018
101
175
101
100
ETS5641 -THEATRE
2017-2018
<10
 
 
 
ETS5941 -WORLD AND U.S. HISTORY CK 6 (ETS)
2017-2018
13
169
13
100

 

Ability of completers of the teacher preparation program at East Tennessee State University to be hired in education positions for which they have been prepared (initial & advanced levels)

Data per TN Atlas indicate that across the years 2014-2017 66.5% of our initial licensure graduates obtained teaching jobs within 1 year of obtaining their initial license. Limitations: These data do not account for completers who entered a teaching position outside of Tennessee or in private educational settings. Additionally, some graduates may have entered additional educational opportunities in higher education.

For our advanced level program completers, internal program data indicate the following. Upon completion of the principal preparation programs from years 2014-2017, 50% of the completers (n = 30) enter principal positions while 100% of those completers stayed in education related positions. Upon completion of the school librarianship program for 2017-2018, 62.5% of the completers (n = 16) became employed as librarians. For our school counseling completers (n = 20) in 2014-2017, 95% of the completers entered counseling positions.

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

Data source: US Department of Education

The three-year (2014-2017) federal student loan default rate average for students at East Tennessee State University was 10 percent which is below the national average.

 

 

 

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