Educator Preparation Effectiveness
The College of Education is committed to assessment practices that support and inform continuous improvement of programs, departments, and the college. As part of these efforts we participate in the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) annual reporting process.
Each year, CAEP requires Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs) to submit annual reports demonstrating impact on P-12 student learning, teacher effectiveness, employer and completer satisfaction, and other consumer information (graduation, certification, and student loan default rates). The annual data provides evidence that programs maintain continuous improvement practices between accreditation visits and also provides local partners and prospective students' information about our programs.
Impact Measures (Coming soon)
- P-12 student Learning/development
- Indicators of teaching effectiveness
- Employer satisfaction and completer persistence
- Completer satisfaction
Outcome Measures (Coming soon)
- Completer or graduation rates
- Certification rates
- Employment rates
- Consumer information
Additionally, COE complies with Federal Title II reporting of candidate state testing pass rates in addition to program enrollment and completion/graduation. For a complete summary of all pass rates see State Assessment Pass Rates. For additional data about UHCL in relation to other EPPs in the nation, see the US Department of Education Title II, Institution Progress Report Card web page at https://title2.ed.gov/default.aspx.