Educator Preparation Program

Facts and Figures

Teacher Preparation Program available at Hanover College

Elementary Education K-6 (major required)
Special Education (Mild Interventions) Dual License P-12
Secondary Education 5-12 (double major optional) in the following content areas:
      English
      Mathematics
      Social Studies (Historical Perspectives, Government/Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Psychology)
      Sciences (Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Earth Space Science, Physics)
World Languages (Spanish, French (P-12 available)
Physical Education and Health (P-12 available)
Visual Arts (P-12 available)
Theatre Arts (P-12 available)

Students
Students enrolled in EDU courses for 2017-2018 = 127
Admitted Teacher Candidates for 2017-2018

Median GPA
3.35 - Median GPA of individuals accepted into the education program (2017-2018)
3.35 - Median GPA of individuals completing the education program (2017-2018)

National Accreditation
The Hanover College Department of Education is accredit by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and is planning for our first CAEP Accreditation visit in 2021.

Title II Reporting
Hanover College Title II Report is found at the following link:

 2017-2018 Title II Report for Hanover College

Summary of Licensing Testing Pass Rates

GROUP    2017-2018

NUMBER TAKING TESTS   21

NUMBER PASSING TESTS    14

TEST PASS RATE   67%

Summary of Job Placement Rates

GROUP     2017-2018

NUMBER OF PROGRAM COMPLETERS    25

NUMBER OF PROGRAM COMPLETERS EMPLOYED IN EDUCATION    25

NUMBER OF PROGRAM COMPLETERS ENROLLED IN GRAD SCHOOL IN ADDITION TO EDU EMPLOYMENT    3 

TOTAL NUMBER OF PROGRAM COMPLETERS EMPLOYED IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION   25

100% OF OUR 2017-2018 PROGRAM COMPLETERS EMPLOYED

IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION BY FALL 2018

Supervised Clinical Experiences
100 hours or more being actively engaged in public school classrooms, starting as early as freshman year.
490 hours - the average number of required hours of supervised clinical experiences for student teaching.