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Educator Preparation Program

Teacher Candidate and Program Completer Evidence Reporting

Hanover College EPP Annual Reporting Measures

April 2020

 Measure 1: IMPACT ON P-12 STUDENT LEARNING

 Description of Assessments and Measures

  • Part A: Impact on P-12 student learning data is demonstrated within the results of First Year Teacher Survey conducted by the Indiana Department of Education. The IDOE provides data to institutions to demonstrate impact on student learning which includes our alumni teachers' effectiveness ratings.  The data is for the 2018/2017/2016 cohorts. The IDOE surveys teachers in September of each year and submits the resulting reports to EPPs late in September.
    *Data presented for Measure 2: Teaching Effectiveness may also be considered as an indicator of impact of completers on P-12 learning.

  • Part B: Impact on P-12 Student Learning is also indicated on the responses to our Alumni Survey which is included on the data tables for Measure 1.  Additional information from the 2018/2017/2016 Alumni surveys is also reported with data for Measure 4: Completer Satisfaction

  • Part C: Impact on P-12 student Learning is also demonstrated in the four years of aggregated responses for our EPP Alumni Survey (viewed as total percentages) for the 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 cohorts.

    Measure 1 Data Tables


Measure 2: INDICATORS OF TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • The Indiana Department of Education provides the EPP with data compiled annually during teacher evaluations.  Teachers are evaluated on four Domains: Planning, Instruction, Leadership, and Core Professionalism and using the qualifiers of Not Effective, Needs Improvement, Effective, and Highly Effective. Not all principals report this data to the DOE. The IDOE does not provide data with less than ten results. The Program therefore looks to the data on the grand totals of our EPP Program Completers for the reported three year period with 98% to 100% being rates as Effective and Highly Effective by their employers.

    Measure 2 Data Tables 


Measure 3:  SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYERS

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) distributes surveys to principals to measure their overall satisfaction of first year teachers.  This data is disaggregated and provided to each institution in September for the previous academic year. Data provided is a summary of the data provided to the EPP by IDOE provided data from the Principal Survey for the most recent three cohorts as well as for all Hanover College completers teaching in Indiana for that academic year.

    Measure 3 Data Tables


Measure 4: SATISFACTION OF COMPLETERS

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • Part A: The EPP's Alumni survey, aligned with CAEP Standard 4.4, is distributed annually to first year completers who are working in the field in any location to measure their satisfaction with the preparation received from the Hanover College Educator Preparation Program.  We include the 2019 cohort responses here.
  • Part B: Completer satisfaction data is also provided to EPPs by the Indiana Department of Education on an annual basis.  The 2019 Cohort data will be available in September of 2020.  The IDOE distributes surveys to first year teachers to measure their satisfaction with their Educator Preparation Program. Completion is optional. This EPP noted that responses to Questions 1-21 do not agree with the Overall Satisfaction responses for Question 22 for the 2016 and 2018 cohorts.

Measure 4 Data Tables


Measure 5: GRADUATION RATES

Description of Assessments and Measures

  • Data provided at the link below shows the EPP's enrollment matriculation numbers and degrees awarded in for the academic years 2018-2019, 2017-2018, and 2016-2017.  This data provided has been confirmed by the Hanover College Registrar's Office. Additional information on Hanover College overall graduation rate is included with Measure 8: Student Loan Default and other Consumer Information.

Measure 5 Data Tables


Measure 6:  ABILITY OF COMPLETERS TO MEET LICENSING REQUIREMENTS

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • Data provided at the link below indicate the licensure pass rates for academic years 2018-2019, 2017-2018, and 2016-2017 for the Hanover College Educator Preparation Program as indicated through the EdReports portal for CORE licensure exams including total number of test takers, percentage of passing scores, average score for the EPP, and the average score for all Indiana test takers.

  • Data provided by the Hanover College EPP for licensing status on the 2019/2018/2017 cohorts. Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) reporting is limited to programs with ten or more completers so additional data is helpful in analyzing our EPP data.

Measure 6 Data Tables


7. EMPLOYMENT RATES FOR COMPLETERS HIRED INTO THE FIELD IN WHICH THEY WERE PREPARED 

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • The data on employment rates is compiled by the Hanover College Education Student Services Office and includes employment for completers outside of Indiana as well as outside of the field of education. The data is reported below includes completers working in education-related employment that does not require licensure and completers working in education-related employment while on an emergency permit for the school corporation granted by the Indiana Department of Education.

Measure 7 Data Tables

8. STUDENT LOAN DEFAULT RATES AND OTHER CONSUMER INFORMATION

Description of Assessments/Measures

  • Part A: The U.S Department of Education releases student loan default rates annually.  A cohort default rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment on certain Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Programs or William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program loans during a particular fiscal year, July 1 to June 30, and default or meet other specified conditions prior to the end of the second following fiscal year.

Data also provided by the Hanover College Office of Financial Aid which indicates the published cost of tuition, the average discount/financial aid rate, and the average discounted total for students to obtain a four year degree with teacher certification at Hanover College.

  • Part B: The U.S Department of Education College Scorecard provides data on United States Colleges regarding graduation rates, average annual cost, and salary. This information is for the entire college not only EPPs. In this data set we show Hanover College's Scorecard to several public and private colleges in Indiana for comparison.

Measure 8 Data Tables


Each of these measures and the accompanying data is reviewed with stakeholder groups and
collaborative decisions for the EPP are made based upon the reported  data. 

 

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