Teacher Candidate and Completer Performance Evidence
Franks School of Education
Educator preparation programs are required to report data to state and federal government agencies as well as accrediting bodies. The data below reflects the most recent teacher candidate performance from the following Trine University initial licensure programs: Elementary Education (K-6), Elementary (K-6) and Special Education: Mild Interventions (P-12) Dual License, English Language Arts Education (5-12), Health & Physical Education (P-12), Mathematics Education (5-12), Biology (Life Science) Education (5-12), Chemistry Education (5-12), and Social Studies Education (5-12).
Trine University's Franks School of Education has earned full accreditation through CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) during a spring 2018 on-campus visit. The accreditation term runs through December 31, 2024. All initial programs listed above were part of the CAEP accreditation review.
- Educator Preparation Program Comparative Data and Performance Data
- Completer Effectiveness: Applying Professional Knowledge, Skills & Dispositions
- Completer Effectiveness: Impact on P-12 Student Learning Growth
- Satisfaction of Employers and Stakeholder Involvement
- Candidate Competency at Completion
- Ability of Completers to be Hired