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CAEP Annual Report Measures

Recent Annual Program Reports for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

2018 Report and Eight Reporting Measures

Four Impact Measures

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

Value Added Model (VAM) is used in the State of Florida to measure student learning growth at school through individual teachers. The following table is the VAM data of our completers by program in the year of 2015 – 2016.

FGCU & State VAM Scores (2015- 2016)

Please notice explanations at the bottom

Program

2014 - 2015

2015 - 2016

 

Type

FGCU VAM

SE

STATE VAM

State SE

FGCU VAM

SE

STATE VAM

State SE

Music Education

Combined

N/A

N/A

-0.06860

0.12589

0.03000

1.07300

0.15020

0.22605

 

Math

N/A

N/A

-0.10440

0.14009

0.03000

1.07300

0.13475

0.29115

 

Reading

N/A

N/A

-0.03000

0.16100

N/A

N/A

0.21200

0.23900

Reading

Combined

-0.14950

0.07415

0.05677

0.04975

0.00000

0.13900

-0.00366

0.02513

 

Math

-0.36267

0.32312

0.07812

0.06913

0.31100

0.11400

-0.01442

0.06558

 

Reading

-0.10283

0.08497

0.04459

0.05126

-0.02167

0.11734

-0.00967

0.02313

Educational Leadership

Combined

0.15033

0.18689

0.01140

0.02602

-0.01900

0.12926

0.02687

0.02359

 

Math

0.53100

0.20033

0.03170

0.03785

0.42650

0.38850

0.05627

0.04402

 

Reading

-0.10800

0.21920

0.01877

0.02924

-0.02088

0.12155

0.01583

0.01863

Secondary Math Education

Combined

0.04400

0.13500

0.00893

0.03521

-0.01825

0.20385

0.06224

0.07763

 

Math

0.04400

0.13500

0.01795

0.03620

-0.01825

0.20385

0.06541

0.07870

 

Reading

N/A

N/A

-0.41450

0.11450

N/A

N/A

-0.15600

0.19200

Secondary Biology Education

Combined

0.13800

0.17200

0.14473

0.13604

0.35200

0.46600

0.03960

0.13793

 

Math

0.13800

0.17200

0.18730

0.18576

0.35200

0.46600

0.11575

0.14847

 

Reading

N/A

N/A

0.19633

0.19783

N/A

N/A

-0.26500

0.18800

Secondary Social Science Education

Combined

-0.93850

0.37350

-0.28352

0.11880

-0.14620

0.17066

-0.10352

0.11340

 

Math

N/A

N/A

0.15244

0.18891

N/A

N/A

-0.24067

0.30237

 

Reading

-0.93850

0.37350

-0.38483

0.11938

-0.14620

0.17066

-0.05354

0.11041

Exceptional Student Education

Combined

0.00608

0.09935

-0.06712

0.03487

0.06378

0.06292

-0.06622

0.02091

 

Math

0.03641

0.10351

-0.12223

0.04450

0.18600

0.12340

-0.15096

0.04169

 

Reading

-0.03581

0.11285

-0.05287

0.03840

-0.01250

0.06244

-0.01680

0.01685

Elementary Education

Combined

-0.05403

0.06421

-0.04527

0.01181

0.02304

0.04706

-0.03249

0.01021

 

Math

-0.16970

0.10717

-0.05882

0.01844

-0.00196

0.08003

-0.03471

0.01708

 

Reading

0.00382

0.05262

-0.04280

0.01081

0.00678

0.03257

-0.03839

0.00728

Educational Preparation Institute - TIP

Combined

-0.12289

0.13530

-0.02636

0.02547

0.14229

0.10300

-0.07226

0.02178

 

Math

-0.20700

0.11879

-0.05528

0.03155

0.10850

0.05343

-0.10892

0.03691

 

Reading

-0.02825

0.14515

-0.03264

0.03341

0.17840

0.15619

-0.04712

0.01880

Professional Training Option

Combined

0.06814

0.21124

0.00900

0.08274

0.01511

0.15020

-0.02994

0.04620

 

Math

N/A

N/A

0.05422

0.10127

-0.69000

0.26400

-0.30123

0.11940

 

Reading

0.06814

0.21124

0.00187

0.09326

0.10325

0.13790

0.01779

0.04441

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Out of field teaching assignment for your completers.

FGCU completers' VAM scores were higher than that of the State average.

FGCU completers' VAM scores were lower than that of the State average.

SE = Standard Errors

 

  1. Indicator of teaching effectiveness (Component 4,2)

Florida Department of Education publishes teacher evaluation results by school districts. The following table is the evaluation results of our completers done in the academic year of 2015-2016

2015-2016 District Evaluation Results of Florida Gulf Coast University Completers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM CODE

PROGRAM NAME

TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPLETERS EVALUATED

HIGHLY EFFECTIVE

% OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE

EFFECTIVE

% OF EFFECTIVE

NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

% OF NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

UNSATISFACTORY

% OF UNSATISFACTORY

202

MUSIC K-12

4

0

0.0%

4

100.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

212.5

READING

20

8

40.0%

12

60.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

285

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

22

10

45.5%

11

50.0%

1

4.5%

0

0.0%

287.5

SECONDARY LEVEL MATHEMATICS PROGRAMS

12

4

33.3%

8

66.7%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

288.5

SCIENCE PROGRAMS

7

2

28.6%

5

71.4%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

293.5

SECONDARY LEVEL SOCIAL SCIENCE PROGRAMS

28

9

32.1%

18

64.3%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

304

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PK-12

17

9

52.9%

8

47.1%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

387.5

PREK-PRIMARY EDUCATION

18

4

22.2%

13

72.2%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

430.5

EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION

49

7

14.3%

42

85.7%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

444.5

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

192

42

21.9%

146

76.0%

1

0.5%

0

0.0%

600

EDUCATOR PREPARATION INSTITUTE

20

4

20.0%

16

80.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

700

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OPTION

14

2

14.3%

11

78.6%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

 

  1. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones

The College of Education has an annual program advisory board. As well as individual program advisory committees to seek input from the five local school districts and other stakeholders. In addition, satisfaction surveys are conducted with central office administrators who are knowledgeable about the FGCU programs, and the themes are always positive.

The employment milestones is reflected in Annual Program Perforamce Report (APPR) by the Florida Department of Education. The table below displays the retention rate of our completers by program in the academic years of 2016 and 2017 with a table of explanation following it.

FGCU Completer Placement Score and Explanation

Program Code

Program_Name

Retention 2016

Retention 2017

202

Music

n/a

n/a

287

Mathematics

3

n/a

288

Biology

n/a

3

293

Social Science

4

4

304

Guidance and Counseling

3

4

494

Elementary Education/ ESOL/ Reading

3

4

495

Exceptional Student Education/ ESOL/ Reading

3

4

501

Pre-K/Primary Ed./ESOL/Reading

4

3

600

Educator Preparation Institute

3

3

 

Explanation of Retention Rate

Performance Metric

Performance Target (4 points)

Performance Target (3 points)

Performance Target (2 points)

Performance Target (1 point)

Retention Rates are determined by the average number of years instructional personnel (who were initially employed in either of the 2 subsequent years following completion) remained employed in a five year follow-up period from initial employment.

The average number of years employed in the 5-year period following initial placement is 4.5 years or more.

The average number of years employed in the 5-year period following initial placement is 3 years to less than 4.5 years.

The average number of years employed in the 5-year period following initial placement is 2 years to less than 3 years.

The average number of years employed in the 5-year period following initial placement is less than 2 years.

 

  1. Satisfaction of completers

Surveys are sent to our completers twice per year. For the 2016-2017 graduates, mean scores for results are listed by category (4.0 maximum score):

Perceptions of the College of Education n=3.53

Professional Competencies—Effectiveness n=3.53

Professional Competencies—Relevancy n=3.71

 

Four Outcome Measures

  1. Graduation Rates (Initial and advanced)

The graduation rate for intial programs is

The graduation rate for advanced program is

 

  1. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certificate) and any additional state requirements; Title II (Initial & advanced levels)

All of our students have to meet the state license requirements before graduation. Therefore, 100 % of our completers meet state license requirements.  

 

  1. Ability of completers to be hired in educational positions for which they are prepared (Initial and advanced levels)

The numbers provided below are directly from the Annual Program Performance Report (APPR) for 2016 and 2017.

FGCU Completer Placement Scores

Program Code

Program Name

SCOREPLACED 2016

SCOREPLACED 2017

202

Music

 n/a

 n/a

287

Mathematics

3

4

288

Biology

3

4

293

Social Science

4

4

304

Guidance and Counseling

2

2

494

Elementary Education/ ESOL/ Reading

3

3

495

Exceptional Student Education/ ESOL/ Reading

3

3

501

Pre-K/Primary Ed./ESOL/Reading

4

3

600

Educator Preparation Institute

3

3

 

Explanation of Placement Rate

Performance Metric

Performance Target (4 points)

Performance Target (3 points)

Performance Target (2 points)

Performance Target (1 point)

 Placement Rates are determined by those completers who were employed the state public schools in either of the 2 subsequent years following completion.

Placement rate is at or above the 68th percentile of all equivalent programs across the state.

Placement rate is at or above the 34th percentile and below the 68th percentile of all equivalent programs across the state.

Placement rate is at or above the 5th percentile and below the 34th percentile of all equivalent programs across the state.

Placement rate is below the 5th percentile of all equivalent programs across the state.

 

  1. Student loan default rates and other consumer information (Initial & advanced levels)

According to the latest report from Federal Student Aid Office at the US Department of Education, the FGCU student loan default rate is 4.8%. 

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