CAEP Eight Annual Reporting Measures

Data and information for public about the eight reporting measures. Some of these are linked to websites, pdf documents, and other resources with pertinent data. While some of the websites provide interactive data, the users may be required to select different options to access up-to-date information. (Webpage is currently being updated with new information)

  1. Impact of P-12 learning & development
    The EPP has been working with the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS) and the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) and the University of Kentucky to collect and disseminate data related to completer impact on P-12 students.
  2. Indicators of teacher effectiveness

    New Teacher Survey (Conducted by KYSTATS and EPSB) with data from cooperating teachers and principals.

    Spring 2020 Employer Survey Results: 87% of the respondents in the most recent employer survey were reviewed the graduates’ application of knowledge of methods, theories, and processes related to their fields in a positive manner. (See report Spring 2020 Employer Satisfaction Survey)

  3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones
    Spring 2020 Employer Satisfaction Survey
    Spring 2019 Employer Satisfaction Survey
    Spring 2018 Employer Satisfaction Survey
    Spring 2017 Employer Satisfaction Survey
    Spring 2016 Employer Satisfaction Survey
    Spring 2015 Employer Satisfaction Survey
  4. Satisfaction of Completers

    New Teacher Survey (Data from first year graduates)
    Graduating Senior Survey (CEHD)
    Graduating Master's & Doctoral & Professional Student Survey (CEHD)
    Graduating Senior Survey (UofL)
    Graduating Master's & Doctoral & Professional Student Survey (UofL)

  5. Graduation Rates

    The EPSB admissions and exit data shows the average program completion rates for initial and advanced programs over the recent years to be around 83%. Program Completion (2015-present).

    CARDS Analytics (Graduation Rates)
    The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness compiles degree completer data in CARDS Analytics.

    639 out of 1,029 Graduates in the cohorts from 2017-2018 to present are employed in public schools within Kentucky.
    Over 70% of graduates are typically employed at JCPS schools Oldham, Bullitt, and Shelby county schools are the next largest employers for the most recent graduates (See additional info on the CEHD Data Dashboard)

  6. Abilities of Completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II
    Title II Program Completers and Assessment Pass Rates (Select the University of Louisville)
    Number of Program Completers, Statements of Eligibility, Provisional Certificates, Professional Certificates
  7. Ability of Completers to be hired in education positions for which they prepare
    Post-Graduation Education and Employment Data (First Destination Survey2018-2019)
    Top 25% and First Time Pass Rates
  8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information
    Student loan default rate
    National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Data
    UofL Public Disclosure Page

Additional information is also available on the CEHD Data Dashboard and the University of Louisville’s Common Data Site (CDS) and the CARD Analytics Site

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