Teacher Education Summary Data 2019-2020
2019-2020 Annual Reporting Measures
This data represents the 2018-2019 academic year. This data represents responses from all undergraduate programs at MSUM.
Survey data is collected from three NExT Common Metrics Surveys: Exit Survey, Transition to Teaching Survey, and Supervisor Survey.
MSUM 2018-2019 Response Rates:
- Transition to Teaching Survey = 21%
- Supervisor Survey = 49%
- Exit Survey = 43%
Each survey is designed to collect information related to four constructs: Professionalism, Learning Environment, Diverse Learners, and Instructional Practice. The below summaries provide information related to each construct. Data indicates consistency across annual reporting years.
Means are based on a four-point scale.
Professionalism: 94% (M = 3.71) of 2018-2019 graduates, 98% (M = 3.67) of first-year teachers, and 96% (M = 3.77) of supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduates are prepared to continue developing as a teacher through using colleague feedback. This represents a noteworthy trend as previous years data indicated 95%, 97%, and 93%, respectively. Similarly, 98% (M= 3.71) of 2018-2019 graduates, 100% (M = 3.86) of first-year teachers, and 98% (M = 3.75) supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduate are prepared to act as advocates for students.
Learning Environment: Trend data also indicates that MSUM candidates are adept at creating positive learning environments. Particularly 96% (M = 3.71) of 2018-2019 graduates, 95% (M= 3.63) of first-year teachers, and 92% (M = 3.64) of supervisors agree/tend to agree that MSUM graduates promote student engagement.
Diverse Learners: 2017-2018 data indicated: 94% of first year teachers and 93% of supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduates can differentiate instruction for different learners or for different developmental needs, respectively. 2018-2019 data also indicates candidates can differentiate instruction with 92% (M= 3.52) of 2018-2019 graduates, 93% (M =3.47) of first-year teachers, and 97% (M=3.63) of supervisors agree/tend to agree that MSUM graduates differentiate instruction for diverse learners.
Instructional Practice: 97% (M = 3.70) of 2018-2019 graduates, 93% (M = 3.64) of first year teachers, and 99% (M = 3.88) of supervisors agree/tend to agree graduates are prepared to and can effectively teach their subject matter. This is a consistent finding across annual reporting years!
Additionally, 100% of supervisors agree/tend to agree first year teachers from MSUM can plan lessons using learning goals and objectives and 95% of first-year teachers agree/tend to agree MSUM prepared them for this same skill!
MTLE Passing Rates (Pedagogy) -Based on First Attempt Pass Rates
- Early Childhood (n = 23)
- Subtest 1 = 100%
- Subtest 2 = 100%
- Elementary (n = 86)
- Subtest 1 = 95%
- Subtest 2 = 91%
- Secondary (n = 38)
- Subtest 1 = 89%
- Subtest 2 = 100%
Content area first attempt passing rates range from 50% to 100%. Specific passing rates are not publicly reported due to low n’s in several content areas.
Other Completer Data
- Number of Initial Teacher Licensure Completers: 236
- Number of Advanced Teacher Licensure Completers: 32
- Average time to complete in months = 49 (initial), 21 (advanced)
- Average credits to complete requirements: 123 (undergraduate degree), 29 (advanced)
Median GPA - Undergraduates
- Median GPA of individuals accepted into the program: 3.66 Median (3.56 Average)
- Median GPA of individuals completing the program: 3.57 Median (3.53 Average)
Average ACT Scores for 2018-2019 admitted cohort (n = 105):
- ACT Composite: 22
- ACT English Writing Combo: 21
- ACT Math: 22
- ACT English: 21
Educational Leadership Licenses Granted:
From July 1, 2019 to present:
- 33 K-12 Principal
- 14 Special Education Director
- 4 Community Education Director
- 6 Superintendent
University-wide student loan default rate for 2016 cohort: 4.9%