Accreditation

Program data, assessment reports, and accrediting institutions
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Program Data (2018-2019)

First Time CORE Test Takers*

The majority of  teacher education candidates are not required to pass this test

  • Reading - Pass Rate: 9/15 (60%)
  • Writing - Pass Rate: 5/16 (31%)
  • Math - Pass Rate: 25/39 (64%)

Average ACT Scores at admission to SOE (n=112)*

For the majority of teacher education candidates, the ACT replaces the CORE

  • ACT Math - 21.8
  • ACT English - 21.5
  • ACT Reading - 23.3
  • ACT Composite 22.4

First Time PRAXIS II Test Takers*

As of January 1 2018, the majority of  teacher education candidates are not required to pass this test

  • Art Education - Pass Rate 1/1 (100%)
  • Business Education - Pass Rate 1/1 (100%)
  • Early Childhood Education - Pass Rate 0/0 (N/A)
  • Family Consumer Science Education - Pass Rate 1/2 (50%)
  • Marketing Education - Pass Rate 0/1 (0%)
  • Mathematics Education - Pass Rate 0/0 (N/A)
  • School Counseling - Pass Rate 28/29 (97%)
  • School Psychology - Pass Rate 9/9 (100%)
  • Science Education - Pass Rate 0/0 (N/A)
  • Special Education - Pass Rate 3/7 (43%)
  • Technology Education - Pass Rate 0/0 (N/A)

Results of State Licensure Exams (edTPA)

  • edTPA Pass Rate: 80/93 (86%)

Average GPA of Program Completers

  • Undergraduate - 3.54
  • Graduate - 3.96

    Job Placement Rates in Teacher Education

    • 96% (Spring 2019 number)

    SOE Candidates Eligible for Licensure

    • 214

    Contact larsenf@uwstout.edu for program data from previous years

    Wisconsin Educator Preparation Program Annual Reports at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) website:

    https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/epp/annual-reports

    Assessments

    The School of Education has an Assessment System that collects and analyzes data on applicant qualifications, candidate and graduate performance, and unit operations to evaluate and improve the performance of candidates, the unit, and its programs. The School of Education Assessment Coordinator, along with the support of the School of Education Assessment Committee, provides leadership for unit, program, and candidate assessments. Annual assessment reports are shared with School of Education, unit and individual program advisory committees, and University administration to ensure the School of Education is using data for improvement of programs and operations.

    2017-2018 Assessment Reports

    Please contact larsenf@uwstout.edu for archived assessment reports.