CAEP Annual Reporting Measures

Annual Reporting Measures

CAEP Components 5.4 | A.5.4

CAEP annual reporting measures are used to provide information to the public on program impact and outcomes. Below are the reporting measures for our initial and advanced certification programs. Data for the 2020 New Jersey Department of Education Program Provider Report is currently under development/not yet available due to the state of New Jersey’s timeline for reporting this data.  The  2020 annual reporting will occur Spring 2022.  Data will be published as soon as it becomes available.

Educator Preparation Provider Performance Reports 2017-2019:

Data for all measures:
EPP Report 2019

1. Impact on P-12 Learning and Development (Component 4.1)

Documents, using multiple measures that program completers contribute to an expected level of student-learning growth.

Measure Program N Highly Effective/Effective Ineffective Partially Effective Not Evaluated
Student Growth Objectives (SGOs)
Measures teaching effectiveness and impact on P-12 students
CEAS-Initial

CEAS - State

CE – Initial

 

CE -State

19

 

130

 

616

 

912

94.7%

 

92.0%

 

93.8%

 

90.3%

0.0%

 

0.8%

 

0.0%

 

1.2%

0.0%

 

3.7%

 

0.0%

 

4.1%

5.3%

 

4.4%

 

6.3%

 

4.8%

Measure Program N Highly Effective/Effective Ineffective Partially Effective Not Evaluated
Median Student Growth Percentile (SGP) Measure of how much a student improves his or her state test performance from one year to the next compared to students across the state CEAS – Initial

CEAS - State

CE – Initial

 

CE - State

19

 

1292

 

16

 

940

10.6%

 

11.5%

 

12.5%

 

8.2%

0.0%

 

0.9%

 

0.0%

 

0.6%

0.0%

 

2.6%

 

12.5%

 

1.6%

84.2%

 

85.0%

 

75.0%

 

89.6%

2. Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness (Component 4.2)

The provider demonstrates, through structured validated observation instruments and/or student surveys, that completers effectively apply the professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions that the preparation experiences were designed to achieve.

Measure Program N Highly Effective/Effective Ineffective Partially Effective Not Evaluated
Teacher Practice Score measures performance in practice CEAS – Initial Teaching

CEAS - State

 

CE – Initial Programs

 

CE - State

19

 

131

 

116

 

916

94.8%

 

94.5%

 

93.8%

 

93.0%

0.0%

 

0.1%

 

0.0%

 

0.7%

0.0%

 

3.2%

 

0.0%

 

3.6%

5.3%

 

3.2%

 

6.3%

 

3.1%

Summative Scores are based on multiple measures of student achievement and teacher practice CEAS – Initial Teaching

 

CEAS - State

 

CE – Initial Programs

CE - State

18

 

112

 

513

 

856

94.5%

 

93.0%

 

92.3%

 

93.7%

0.0%

 

0.1%

 

0.0%

 

0.4%

0.0%

 

3.0%

 

0.0%

 

2.7%

5.6%

 

4.7%

 

7.7%

 

3.6%

3. Satisfaction of Employers (Component 4.3 | A.4.1)

Using measures that result in valid and reliable data and including employment milestones such as promotion and retention, that employers are satisfied with the completers’ preparation for their assigned responsibilities in working with P-12 students.

Employee Satisfaction

Fall 2019 Employer Survey for Initial and Advanced Teaching Programs

Question N Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
1. The teacher is competent in the procedures, techniques and methods of his/her content area. (NJPST 3, InTASC 3) 4 0

0%

0

0%

2

50%

0

0%

2

50%

2. The teacher demonstrates professional, collaborative, and inclusive dispositions within the school setting. (NJPST 9, InTASC 9) 4 0

0%

0

0%

2

50%

0

0%

2

50%

3. The teacher uses assessment data to inform instruction.(NJPST 6, InTASC 6) 4 0

0%

1

25%

1

25%

0

0%

2

50%

4. The teacher clearly demonstrates effective communication techniques in the classroom using verbal and non-verbal techniques. (NJPST 2, InTASC 2) 4 0

0%

0

0%

2

50%

0

0%

20

50%

5. The teacher collaborates with colleagues, families and communities to ensure that all students reach their potential. (NJPST 10, InTASC 10) 4 0

0%

0

0%

2

50%

0

0%

2

50%

6. The teacher follows professional ethics, policies, and legal codes of professional conduct. (NJPST 11, InTASC 9) 4 0

0%

0

0%

2

50%

0

0%

2

50%

7. The teacher differentiates instruction to support the learning needs of all students. (NJPST 1, InTASC 1 4 0

0%

0

0%

1

25%

1

25%

2

50%

8. The teacher is able to meet the educational needs of all students in a caring, non-discriminatory, equitable manner. (NJPST 9, InTASC 9) 4 0

0%

0

0%

20

50%

0

0%

2

50%

9. The teacher treats all students fairly and establishes an environment that is respectful, supportive and caring. (NJPST 2, InTASC 2) 4 0

0%

0

0%

1

25%

1

25%

2

50%

Rating Scale: Strongly Disagree (1), Disagree (2), Neutral (3), Agree (4) and Strongly Agree (5)

4. Satisfaction of Completers Initial and Advanced Programs (Component 4.4 | A.4.2)

Spring 2019 Completer Satisfaction Survey

Question Scores EPP SEABA SE Literacy SEC. Ed P-3 UG P-3 G Elem. Ed. MA Teach
Program (I=Initial, A=Advanced) I & A A A I I I I I
N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

Question 1: I learned how to reflect on my practice and grow professionally. (Standards: NJPST 9, InTASC 9) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

23
55%18
43%

1
2%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

9
69%4
31%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

7
47%7
47%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 2: I learned the strategies necessary to evaluate students formally and informally to modify and adjust instruction based on results. (Standards: NJPST 6, InTASC 6) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

22
52%17
40%

2
5%

0
0%
1
2%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

3
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
1
50%

9
69%3
23%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

5
33%9
60%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 3: I learned how to assess the learning of my students. (Standards: NJPST 6, InTASC 6) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

21
50%19
45%

1
2%

1
2%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%2
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

7
45%5
38%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

7
47%7
47%

0
0%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 4: I learned about the school as a social unit and how parents, school colleagues and the community work to support student learning. (Standards: NJPST 10, InTASC 10) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

19
45%20
48%

2
5%

1
2%
0
0%

0
0%2
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%3
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

8
62%4
31%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

6
40%7
47%

1
7%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 5: I learned effective communication techniques for the classroom using verbal and non-verbal techniques. (Standards: NJPST 8, InTASC 8) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

20
48%19
45%

2
5%

0
0%
1
2%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%2
40%

1
20%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
33%2
67%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
1
50%

6
46%7
54%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

8
53%6
40%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 6: I learned a variety of instructional strategies. (Standards: NJPST 8, INTASC 8) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

20
48%21
50%

0
0%

1
2%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

7
54%6
46%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

5
33%9
60%

0
0%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 7: I learned about effective instruction in learner characteristics, curriculum models, and instructional strategies that support every student in meeting rigorous objectives and goals.(Standards: NJPST 7, InTASC 7) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

17
40%23
55%

1
2%

1
2%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

6
46%6
46%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

4
27%10
67%

0
0%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 8: I recognize teaching as a career that requires professional behavior, and I accept the responsibility to serve as a role model. (Standards: NJPST 9, InTASC 9) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

30
73%11
27%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

4
80%1
20%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

10
77%3
23%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

10
71%4
29%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 9: I have an understanding of how to create an active, inclusive learning environment for all students. (Standards: NJPST 3, InTASC 3) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

18
43%22
52%

2
5%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
33%2
67%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%0
0%

1
50%

0
0%
0
0%

6
46%7
54%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

5
33%9
60%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 10: I had coursework and field experiences that prepared me for a career in teaching (Standards: NJPST 9, InTASC 9) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

23
56%17
41%

1
2%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%2
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
20%4
80%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
33%2
67%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

10
83%2
17%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

8
53%6
40%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 11: I received a strong foundation of knowledge in the subject matter I am teaching. (Standards: NJPST 4, InTASC 4) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

18
43%19
45%

4
10%

1
2%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%3
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

9
69%3
23%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

3
20%8
53%

3
20%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 12: I gained an understanding of national, professional, and state standards. (Standards: NJPST 11, InTASC 9) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

17
40%24
57%

0
0%

1
2%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
20%4
80%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

5
38%8
62%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

5
33%9
60%

0
0%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 13: I gained an understanding of how students learn, grow, and develop. (Standards: NJPST 1, InTASC 1) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

21
50%19
45%

1
2%

1
2%
0
0%

0
0%2
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

7
54%5
38%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

7
47%7
47%

0
0%

1
7%
0
0%

Question 14: I gained an understanding of the ways in which classroom management is an important part of the learning process. (Standards: NJPST 3, InTASC 3) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

28
67%13
31%

1
2%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

11
85%2
15%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

9
60%5
33%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 15: I learned how to use technology to enhance lessons and communicate with students. (Standards: NJPST 8, InTASC 8) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

17
40%23
55%

2
5%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
20%4
80%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
33%2
67%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

6
46%6
46%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

5
33%9
60%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 16: I learned about the characteristics of students as individuals and the importance of demonstrating care and concern for them. (Standards: NJPST 1, InTASC1) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

25
60%17
40%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

0
0%3
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

10
77%3
23%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

8
53%7
47%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 17: I learned how to use different approaches to encourage students to think critically. (Standards: NJPST 8, InTASC 8) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

23
55%17
40%

2
5%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
40%3
60%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%0
0%

1
50%

0
0%
0
0%

9
69%4
31%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

6
40%8
53%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 18: I learned how to encourage students to work collaboratively to solve real-world problems. (Standards: NJPST 8, InTASC 8) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

14
33%25
60%

2
5%

0
0%
1
2%

0
0%2
100%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
20%4
80%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
67%1
33%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%0
0%

1
50%

0
0%
0
0%

6
46%6
46%

1
8%

0
0%
0
0%

3
20%11
73%

0
0%

0
0%
1
7%

Question 19: I was taught to respect and appreciate the cultural and linguistic differences of students. (Standards: NJPST 1, InTASC 1) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

24
57%17
40%

1
2%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
20%4
80%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

1
33%2
67%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

2
100%0
0%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

8
62%5
38%

0
0%

0
0%
0
0%

10
67%4
27%

1
7%

0
0%
0
0%

Question 20: I was taught to respect and appreciate the multicultural nature of American society. (Standards: NJPST 1, InTASC 1) Strongly AgreeAgree

Neither Agree or Disagree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

28
67%13
31%

1
2%

0
0%
0
0%

1
50%1
50%

0
0%

0
0%
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5. Graduation Rates

Undergraduate Elementary Ed Students: Fall 2013-Fall 2016

Fall 2013-2016 Undergraduate Elementary Education Graduation Rates

Elementary Education Graduation Rate*

Fall Freshman Cohorts Number Enrolled # Graduated within 4 Years % Graduated within 4 Years # Graduated within 5 Years % Graduated within  5 Years
2013-14 33 5 15.2% 6 18.2%
2014-15 24 10 41.7% 12 50.0%
2015-16 18 6 33.3% 7 38.9%
2016-17 24 8 33.3%

*Started as Education Majors

Fall 2013-2016 Undergraduate Non-Education – Education Majors Graduation Rates

Elementary Education Graduation Rate*

Fall Freshman Cohorts Number Enrolled # Graduated within 4 Years # Graduated within 5 Years
2013-14 9 8 1
2014-15 2 1 1
2015-16 5 4 1
2016-17 2 2

**Started as Non-Education Majors

Time to Completion

2016-2020 Initial Programs Time to Completion

Time to Completion Avg Years in Program 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 Total
MA—Reading 2.6 6 7 13 7 33
MA—Teaching 2.3 41 43 29 30 143
Sec. Ed Minor 3.7 6 6 3 5 20

2016-2020 Advanced Programs Time to Completion

Avg Years in Program 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 Total
MA—Educational Leadership 2.7 58 60 47 32 197
MA--Counseling 2.9 20 20 22 16 78
MA—Special Ed. Behavioral Analysi 1.7 3 4 6 5 18
MA—Special Ed. Literacy 1.9 5 11 21 6 43

*MA ESL was not included due to only one completer in 2019-2020

*MA Teach P-3 was not included dur to only one completer in 2019-2020

6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements: Title II (initial and advanced levels)

2019 Educator Preparation Provider Performance Report (see pages 6-7)

Title II Report

Program N Mean Range
BA Elementary Education 26 3.48 3.03-3.80
MAED Teach 17 3.91 3.60-4.00
MAED Counseling 20 3.92 3.59-4.00
MAED Education Leadership 42 3.96 3.75-4.00
MAED Reading 11 3.97 3.89-4.00
MAED Special Education ABA 1 ------- -------
MAED Special Education Literacy 11 3.93 3.69 – 4.00

NJEPP Report

Praxis Pass Rates

Comparison of 2019-2020 Praxis II Pass Rates to 2018-2019 Praxis II Pass Rates

Praxis Test
Initial Programs
SPU N
2019-2020
SPU # Pass
2019-2020
SPU % Pass
2019-2020
SPU % Pass
2018-2019
Difference % Pass State % Pass
Early Childhood 11 6 54.55% 37.50% +17.05% 73.27%
Elem. Ed MS Subtest 39 29 74.36% 46.34% +28.02% 82.25%
Elem. Ed MS Reading Lang. Arts 43 22 51.16% 65.12% -13.96% 81.70%
Elem. Ed MS Science 47 25 53.19% 42.86% +10.33% 74.39%
Elem. Ed MS Social Studies 42 28 66.67% 46.34% +20.33% 73.26%
Mathematics Content Knowledge 5 3 60.00% * * *
Advanced Programs
Middle School Mathematics 6 3 50.00% * * *
School Leaders Licensure Assessment 11 8 72.73% 68.57% +4.23% 96.35%

*No data are displayed for test taker count <5 HEOA - Title II 2018 - 2019 Academic Year
HEOA Title II

7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared

2019 Educator Preparation Provider Performance Report (see pages 8-12)

2019 Employment Persistence Rates

Group N N Employed 2017-2018 N Employed 2018-2019 % Employed 2018-2019 District (employed)
CEAS Completers 2016-2017 42 26 17 65.4% 65.4%
CE Completers 2016-2017 27 20 18 90.0% 90.0%

*Data about program completers from this institution working in New Jersey public schools

 

2019 Employment by Certification Area:

Category Count of Certified Individuals Employed as of October 15, 2018 Percent Employed as Teachers CEAS

* Note: The NJDOE collects demographic and salary data through NJSMART and TCIS. A candidate may be included in multiple employment counts if they have earned more than one certificate.

Program Category Count of Certified Individuals Employed as of 10/15/18 % Employed as Teachers
CEAS All Programs 42 26 61.9%
CEAS Elementary School 30 20 66.7%
CEAS Elementary School with Teacher of Mathematics Specialization (5-8) 1 1 100%
CEAS Elementary School with Subject Matter Specialization: Science 5-8 1 1 100%
CEAS Middle School with Subject Matter Specialization: Social Studies 5-8 2 2 100%
CEAS Teacher of English 4 3 75%
CEAS Teacher of Health, PE or Driver Education 3 2 66.7%
CEAS Teacher of Mathematics 1 1 100%
CEAS Psychology 1 1 100%
CEAS Social Studies 4 1 25%

* Note: The NJDOE collects demographic and salary data through NJSMART and TCIS. A candidate may be included in multiple employment co Employment by Certification Area: Category Count of Certified Individuals Employed as of October 15, 2018 Percent Employed as Teachers CEAS

First Destination Survey Data AY 2019-2020

Program Employed full or part time (N) Continuing Education (N) Seeking Employment (N) Total
Initial Programs
Elementary Education 6 4 4 14
MA Reading 5 0 1 6
MA Teach 20 0 5 25
MA P-3 1 0 0 1
Advanced Programs
MA Counseling 16 0 4 20
MA Education Leadership 28 0 3 31
MA SE ABA 6 0 1 7
MA SE Literacy 5 0 0 5
MA ESL 0 0 2 2
EPP Total 87 4 20 111
8. Student Loan Default Rates and Other Consumer Information