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Educator Preparation Program

Facts and Figures

Teacher Preparation Programs 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:
      Social Studies (Historical Perspectives, Government/Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Psychology)
      Sciences (Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Earth Space Science, Physics)

World Languages (French, German, Spanish (P-12 certification available)
Physical Education and Health (P-12 available)
Visual Arts (P-12 available)
Theatre Arts (P-12 available)

2019 Completion Rate of Students

89% of admitted teacher candidates completed the program 

2018-2019 Median GPA

Median GPA of all 2018-2019 teacher candidates = 3.697

2019 Completers Employed in Education Related Employment 

87% of program completers were employed in education related employment for fall 2019

2019 Completers Passing Indiana Licensing Exams

73% of the 2019 Cohort of completers passed CORE exams for Indiana licensure.

The EPP had one program completer teaching on an emergency permit while attempting licensing exams, two completers working in education positions not requiring licensure, one program completer who was licensed in Ohio only, as well as one international student who returned to his home country and is employed outside of the field of Education. 

Satisfaction of Program Completers

87% of Program Completers ranked their teacher preparation as EXCELLENT in an Indiana  Department of Education survey of first year teachers.

National Accreditation

The Hanover College Educator Preparation Program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and will have our first CAEP Accreditation visit in March of 2021.

Title II Reporting

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

 2017-2018 Title II Report for Hanover College

Supervised Clinical Experiences

100 hours or more of Pre-student teaching clinical experiences starting as early as the freshman year.

Four units of credit (approximately 490 hours) of supervised clinical experiences during the student teaching assignment.

One unit of credit (approximately 40 hours) of supervised clinical experiences in an urban teaching environment.

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