CAEP Annual Reporting Measures

CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) has eight annual reporting measures used to provide information to the public on both program outcome and program impact.

The following is the list of CAEP measures and corresponding data tables that provide supporting evidence for each measure:

Annual Reporting Measures (CAEP Component 5.4 | A.5.4)

Impact Measures (CAEP Standard 4.1)

  1. Impact on P-12 learning and development
    (Component 4.1)
Graph of Pre and Post Test Scores

 

 

  1. Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness
    (Component 4.2)
Chart of Final Student Teacher Evaluation Data

 

 

Chart for Eportfolio Evalulation Data

 

3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones

Component 4.3 | A.4.1)

Hollins University Education Department sent First Year Follow-up Surveys of Hollins University teacher graduates to employers. The ratings for the survey consisted of the following scale: Unacceptable, Developing/Needs Improvement, Proficient, and Exemplary.

One principal returned the 2015 first year follow up survey and rated the Hollins graduate as “Exemplary” and stated, “[Hollins teacher graduate] demonstrates strong skills for such an early part of her career. Lesson Plans are fully detailed, differentiated, and speak for various groups. Instructional decisions are based on student needs. She is an asset to our school, the children, and our staff. She demonstrates professional behavior at all times.”

Each of the respondents from the 2017 follow up survey rated the Hollins teacher graduates as “Proficient” and one principal provided the following comments: “[Hollins teacher graduate] already has planning capacity of a veteran teacher. She has a working relationship with all of her students, not just those with high grades. She outperforms many of her veteran colleagues in creating and maintaining a constructive learning environment.”

  1. Satisfaction of completers
    (Component 4.4 | A.4.2)

Hollins teacher graduates appreciate the small class size, the one to one mentoring and advising, and the early field experiences.

“Thank you for your guidance and support throughout my Hollins experience. You have helped me become a better and more confident educator. I thoroughly enjoyed learning from you, and I hope to continue to get professional advice.”
Thank you again! Best, Zane​ Hurst, History Teacher at Cave Spring High School

“I just wanted to say thank you to all of you. You’ve all helped me, supported me, answered my thousands of (sometimes panicked) questions, taken time to work with me outside of class and just made sure I succeeded. I’m very thankful and I appreciate it very much. Thank you for my tote and gift card, it was so sweet! I’ve really enjoyed my time at Hollins and finishing is definitely bittersweet.”
Thanks!!
Gabrielle Azar, M.A.T. graduate, Elementary School Teacher

Outcome Measures

5. Graduation Rates (Bachelor, all degrees conferred)

2015 Cohort after 4 years= 57.7%
2016 Cohort after 4 years= 51.6%
2017 Cohort after 4 years= 63%

  1. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements

Total Program Completers for 2017-18 10
Elementary Education: 5
English/Language Arts: 3
Visual Art (preK-12): 1
History/Social Sciences (6-12): 1

Praxis II Scores for Elementary Education Content Knowledge and Praxis II Scores for English/Language Arts, Foreign Language, and Science
100% pass rate for program completers 2015-2016

Virginia Commonwealth Literacy Assessment (VCLA)
100% pass rate for program completers 2015-2016

  1. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared (initial)

Graduates of the Hollins University Education program have tremendous success in securing employment.
From fall 2014-spring 2018, Hollis University has graduated 45 preservice teachers.  Of the 45 graduates, 41 preservice teachers have secured employment, a success rate of 91% employment.

 8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information
The Fiscal Year 2015 official 3-year cohort default rate according to the U.S. Department of Education is 6.0%.​
The national average (regardless of type of college/borrower) is 11.5%​.