CAEP Annual Reporting Measures

CAEP Annual Reporting Measures

In the state of Indiana, to be able to recommend students for any form of education license, the School is required to be accredited by the professional association, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).  As a part of CAEP’s ongoing review of the School, it monitors eight (8) Reporting Measures; four (4) Impact measures and four (4) Outcome measures.  Data with respect to these measures are presented below:

Impact Measures

The 2018-2019 Indiana Department of Education data reflect that a higher percentage of our graduates, as compared to statewide, are rated highly effective by their principals for those completing their first and third years of teaching. For those in their second year of teaching, the percentage of our graduates rated highly effective is comparable to the overall state percentage.

The 2018-2019 Indiana Department of Education data reflect that a higher percentage of our graduates, as compared to statewide, are rated highly effective by their principals for those completing their first and third years of teaching. For those in their second year of teaching, the percentage of our graduates rated highly effective is comparable to the overall state percentage.

As a part of the Indiana Department of Education Annual Report to  educator preparation programs (EPP), principal surveys of new teachers’ preparation are included. For 2018-2019, 78 principals provided data about our graduates.  53% of the principals were highly satisfied with the training of their Indiana University Bloomington graduates and 97% of the principals were highly satisfied or satisfied.

In addition to the results of the School of Education’s survey of 2016-2017 graduates, the IDOE survey of teachers indicates that of the 117 teacher responses, 58% rate their preparation as excellent.

Outcome Measures

From our annual First Destinations Survey, conducted in collaboration with other schools on campus, the results indicate that 95% of our graduates are employed full-time.

Undergraduate
5.6%2017 (three-year cohort)
4.1%2016 (three-year cohort)
5.2%2015 (three-year cohort)