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NCATE Tables

Table 1: Professional Education Faculty

Table 2: Initial Teacher Preparation Programs and Their Review Status

Table 3: Advanced Preparation Programs and Their Review Status

Table 4: Pass Rates on Content Tests for Initial Teacher Preparation

Table 5: Pass Rates on Content Tests for Other School Professionals

Table 6: Unit Assessment System: Transition Point Assessments

Table 7: Field Experiences and Clinical Practice by Program

Table 8: Faculty Demographics

Table 9: Candidate Demographics

Table 10: Demographics of Sites for Clinical Practice in Initial and Advanced Programs

Table 11: Faculty Qualification Summary

 

 Table 1
Professional Education Faculty

Academic Rank
Full-time Faculty in the Unit
Full-time Faculty in the Institution & Part-time in the Unit
Part-time Faculty in the Institution
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Professors 5 0 0 0
Associate Professors 8 0 0 0
Assistant Professors 6 0 0 0
Instructors 0 0 0 0
Lecturers 0 0 20 0
Other 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 19 0 20 0

 

 Table 2
Initial Teacher Preparation* Programs and Their Review Status
Fall 08 Census Report

Program Name
Award Level (e.g., Bachelor’s or Master’s)

Number of Candidates Enrolled (Data From Fall 08 Census Report)

971

See note below

Agency or Association Reviewing Programs (e.g., State, NAEYC, or Bd. of Regents)
Program Report Submitted for Review (Yes/No)
State Approval Status (e.g., approved or provisional)
National Recognition Status by NCATE**
Art - All Level Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
11
State
No
Approved
NA
Chem - Phys Sci 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
1
State
No
Approved
NA
Chem - 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
1
State
No
Approved
NA
Computer Sci 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
5
State
No
Approved
NA
ELAR 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
8
NCTE
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
ELAR 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
49
NCTE
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
French 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
1
State
No
Approved
NA
Generalist EC-4 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
334
ACEI
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized
Generalist EC-4 w/ EC-12 SPED Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
90
CEC
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Generalist EC-6 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
0
ACEI
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized
Generalist EC-6 w/ EC-12 SPED Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
0
CEC
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Generalist 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
26
State
No
Approved
NA
German 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
1
State
No
Approved
NA
History 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
57
NCSS
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Mass Media 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
5
State
No
Approved
NA
Life Science 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
27
State
No
Approved
NA
Math & Physics 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
1
State
No
Approved
NA
Math & Reading 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
5
NCTM
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
Math & Science 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
7
NCTM
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
Math 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
12
NCTM
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
Math 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
44
NCTM
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
Music EC-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
38
NASM
No
Approved
Nationally Accredited
PE EC-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
161
NASPE
Yes
Approved
Not recognized
Physical Sci 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
6
State
No
Approved
NA
Science & Reading 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
4
State
No
Approved
NA
Social Std & Rdg 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
2
NCSS
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Social Std 4-8 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
4
NCSS
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Social Std 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
26
NCSS
Yes
Approved
Nationally Recognized with Conditions
Spanish 6-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
28
State
No
Approved
NA
Speech 8-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
13
State
No
Approved
NA
Theatre EC-12 Bachelor’s & Post Bacc
25
State
No
Approved
NA

NOTE: Some candidates are concurrently enrolled in more than one certification program.

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 Table 3
Advanced Preparation* Programs and Their Review Status

Program Name
Award Level (e.g., Master’s or Doctorate)
Number of Candidates Enrolled or Admitted

181

See note below
Agency or Association Reviewing Programs (e.g., State, NAEYC, or Bd. of Regents)
Program Report Submitted for Review (Yes/No)
State Approval Status (e.g., approved or provisional)
National Recognition Status by NCATE**
Curriculum & Instruction (Elem, Sec, Rdg, etc.) Master’s & Post-Master’s
16
Deferred one year
No
Approved
NA
Educational Diagnostician Master’s & Post-Master’s
13
CEC/Ed. Diag.
Yes
Approved
Not Recognized
Guidance & Counseling (School Counselor) Master’s & Post-Master’s
57
State
No
Approved
NA
Reading Specialist Master’s & Post-Master’s
8
State
No
Approved
NA
School Administration (Principal) Master’s & Post-Master’s
43
ELCC
Yes
Approved
Not Recognized
Superintendent Post-Master’s
44
ELCC
Yes
Approved
Not Recognized

NOTE: Some candidates are concurrently enrolled in more than one advanced certification program.

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 Table 4
Pass Rates on Content Tests for Initial Teacher Preparation
For Period 2008-2009

Program Name
# of Test Takers

% Passing at State Cut Score

Overall Pass Rate for the Unit (across all initial teacher preparation programs)
190
 
Art - All Level
2
100
Chem - Phys Sci 8-12
0
-
Chem - 8-12
1
100
Computer Sci 8-12
0
-
ELAR 4-8
2
100
ELAR 8-12
8
100
French 8-12
0
-
Generalist EC-4
87
100
Generalist EC-6
0
-
Generalist 4-8
4
100
German 8-12
0
-
History 8-12
5
100
Mass Media 8-12
0
-
Life Science 8-12
3
100
Math & Physics 8-12
0
-
Math 4-8
3
100
Math 8-12
8
100
Music EC-12
4
100
PE EC-12
32
100
Physical Sci 8-12
0
-
Science 4-8
3
100
Social Std 4-8
0
-
Social Std 8-12
2
100
Spanish 6-12
3
100
Special Education EC-12
18
94.4
Speech 8-12
4
100
Theatre EC-12
1
100

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 Table 5
Pass Rates on Content Tests for Other School Professionals
For Period 2008-2009

Program Name
# of Test Takers
% Passing at State Cut Score
Educational Diagnostician
3
100
Guidance & Counseling (School Counselor)
13
100
Reading Specialist
3
100
School Administration (Principal)
12
91.7
Superintendent
20
95

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 Table 6
Unit Assessment System: Transition Point Assessments

Steps to Certification
Candidate
Proficiencies
       
Knowledge
Skills
Dispositions
Instructional Decisions
Student Centered Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching

Step 1. Admission to the Educator Preparation Program

           
Basic Skills Test State approved test scores Basic reading, math, writing        
Reading Competency   Complete two lower level history or government courses with a C or better        
Mathematics   Complete a college level mathematics course with a C or better        
Oral Communication   Complete a college level public speaking course with a C or better        
Written Communication   Complete college level English courses that emphasize writing with a C or better        
Critical Thinking State approved test          
GPA>2.50 out of 4.00   College Level Skills        
Disposition Statement     Read and signed agreement      
Failure to meet criteria, student receives assistance from Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences Director of Field Experiences      
Steps to Certification
Candidate
Proficiencies
       
Knowledge
Skills
Dispositions
Instructional Decisions
Student Centered Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Step 2. Program Requirements            
All content coursework GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
All pedagogy coursework GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
All other coursework GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
Candidate Behavior            
  1. Self Evaluation
    Checklist      
  1. All pedagogy coursework
    Rubric      
  1. All other coursework
    Checklist      
Planning       Rubric Rubric Rubric
Steps to Certification
Candidate
Proficiencies
       
Knowledge
Skills
Dispositions
Instructional Decisions
Student Centered Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Step 3. Internship Requirements            
Admission Requirements            
  1. All content coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
  1. All pedagogy coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
  1. All other coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
Teaching     Rubric Rubric Rubric Rubric
Observation in Diverse Settings     Rubric Rubric Rubric Rubric
Failure to meet criteria, candidate receives assistance from Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences Advisement Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences Faculty Review Committee Instructor-remediation or repeat course Instructor-remediation or repeat course Instructor-remediation or repeat course
Steps to Certification
Candidate
Proficiencies
       
Knowledge
Skills
Dispositions
Instructional Decisions
Student Centered Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Step 4. Student Teaching            
Admission Requirements            
  1. All content coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
  1. All pedagogy coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
  1. All other coursework
GPA>2.50 C or better grade        
Failure to meet criteria, candidate receives assistance from Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences Academic Advisor or Director of Field Experiences        
INTASC Principles     Rubric Rubric Rubric Rubric
Evaluation of Content Knowledge Department Form Department Form        
Effects on Student Learning - TxBESS     Rubric Rubric Rubric Rubric
Professionalism / Dispositions     Rubric Rubric Rubric Rubric
Failure to meet criteria, candidate receives assistance from Department Head or Director of Field Experiences Advisement University Supervisor or Director of Field Experiences University Supervisor or Director of Field Experiences University Supervisor or Director of Field Experiences University Supervisor or Director of Field Experiences University Supervisor or Director of Field Experiences
Steps to Certification
Candidate
Proficiencies
       
Knowledge
Skills
Dispositions
Instructional Decisions
Student Centered Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Step 5. Certification            
Content Knowledge TExES (State Assessment)          
  MFAT or other department assessment          
Pedagogy Knowledge TExES (State Assessment)          
Graduated Met all degree requirements          
Failure to meet criteria Remediation by departments          
  Supplementary Test Preparation Materials          

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 Table 7
Field Experiences and Clinical Practice by Program

Program Name
Field Experiences

Clinical Practice (Student Teaching or Internship)

Total Number of Hours
Initial Teacher Preparation Programs
Art - EC-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
530
Chem - Phys Sci 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Chem - 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Computer Sci 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
ELAR 4-8 10 hours observation in Special Education 2361; 15 hours obs/participation in ED 4314, Science Practicum; 60 hours obs/participation/micro-teaching
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
585
ELAR 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
French 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Generalist EC-4 20 hours observation/participation in child care/preschool setting; 10 hours observation in Special Education; 30 hours obs/participation/micro-teaching in ECH 4450; 15 hours observation/participation in Science Practicum, ED 4314; 15 hours obs/participation in Mathematics Practicum, ED 4309; 60 hours obs/participation/micro-teaching in Reading Practicum, RDG 4602
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings: lower and upper elementary; total 500 hours
650
Generalist EC-4 w/ EC-12 SPED 20 hours observation/participation in child care/preschool setting; 125 hours in Special Education coursework for observation/participation/practica; 15 hours in each of Math and Science Practica and 60 hours in Reading Practicum.
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
735
Generalist EC-6 20 hours observation/participation in child care/preschool setting; 10 hours observation in Special Education; 30 hours obs/participation/micro-teaching in ECH 4450; 15 hours observation/participation in Science Practicum, ED 4314; 15 hours obs/participation in Mathematics Practicum, ED 4309; 60 hours obs/participation/micro-teaching in Reading Practicum, RDG 4602
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings: lower and upper elementary; total 500 hours
650
Generalist EC-6 w/ EC-12 SPED 20 hours observation/participation in child care/preschool setting; 125 hours in Special Education coursework for observation/participation/practica; 15 hours in each of Math and Science Practica
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
675
Generalist 4-8 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
German 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
History 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Mass Media 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Life Science 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Math & Physics 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Math & Reading 4-8 n/a
n/a
n/a
Math & Science 4-8 n/a
n/a
n/a
Math 4-8 10 hours in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322; 15 hours of obs/participation in Mathematics Practicum, ED 4309
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
545
Math 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Music EC-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
530
PE EC-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
530
Physical Sci 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Science & Reading 4-8 n/a
n/a
n/a
Social Std & Rdg 4-8 10 hours observation Special Education 2361; 10 hours each in ED 4321 and 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Social Std 4-8 10 hours obs/participation in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Social Std 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Spanish 6-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Speech 8-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
One 14-week, full-time student teaching placement; 500 hours
530
Theatre EC-12 10 hours observation/participation completed in each of ED 4320, 4321, 4322
Two 7-week, full-time student teaching placements in two settings at two levels; 500 hours
530
Advanced Programs for Other School Professionals
Educational Diagnostician Field experience required in each course, totaling a minimum 110 during the program
Supervised Internship, 6 weeks full time, minimum 240 clock hours
350
Guidance & Counseling (School Counselor) Fieldwork associated with individual assignments in specific courses in the program.
Supervised internship minimum 150 hours
150
Reading Specialist Field experiences required as components of 6 specialization courses
Year-long, supervised practicum, minimum 540 hours
540
School Administration (Principal)  
120 hour supervised Internship
120
Superintendent  
150 hour supervised internship
150

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Table 8
Faculty Demographics 2008-2009

 
Prof. Ed. Faculty in Initial Teacher Preparation Programs*
Prof. Ed. Faculty in Advanced Programs*
All Faculty in the Institution
School-based Faculty Who Supervise Clinical Practice
n=19
%
n=13
%
n=335
%
n=12
%
American Indian or Alaska Native
1
5.3%
0
0
6
2.0%
0
0
Asian
0
0
0
0
10
3.0%
0
0
Black or African American
0
0
1
7.7%
8
2.0%
0
0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hispanic or Latino
0
0
0
0
22
7.0%
0
0
White
18
94.7%
12
92.3%
288
86.0%
12
100.0%

Two or more races

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Race/ethnicity unknown
0
0
0
0
1
.003%
0
0
Total
19
100.0%
13
100.0%
335
100.0%
12
100.0%
 
Female
16
84.2%
8
61.5%
152
45.0%
9
75.0%
Male
3
15.8%
5
38.5%
183
55.0%
3
25.0%
Total
19
100.0%
13
100.0%
335
100.0%
12
100.0%

Faculty Demographics Spring 2010

 
Prof. Ed. Faculty in Initial Teacher Preparation Programs
Prof. Ed. Faculty in Advanced Programs
All Faculty in the Institution (2008-2009)
School-based Faculty Who Supervise Clinical Practice
n=15
%
n=10
%
n=335
%
n=12
%
American Indian or Alaska Native
1
6.7%
0
0
6
2.0%
0
0
Asian
0
0
0
0
10
3.0%
0
0
Black or African American
0
0
0
0
8
2.0%
0
0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hispanic or Latino
0
0
0
0
22
7.0%
0
0
White
14
93.3%
10
100%
288
86.0%
12
100.0%

Two or more races

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Race/ethnicity unknown
0
0
0
0
1
.003%
0
0
Total
15
100.0%
10
100.0%
335
100.0%
12
100.0%
 
Female
13
86.7%
6
60%
152
45.0%
9
75.0%
Male
2
13.3%
4
40%
183
55.0%
3
25.0%
Total
15
100.0%
10
100.0%
335
100.0%
12
100.0%

 

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 Table 9
Candidate Demographics 2008-2009

 
Candidates in Initial Teacher Preparation Programs
Candidates in Advanced Programs*
All Students in the Institution
Diversity of Geographical Area Served by Institution
n=963
%
n=175
%
n=6155
%
%
American Indian or Alaska Native
5
1.0%
0
0
41
.6%
 
Asian or Pacific Islander
6
1.0%
0
0
84
1.4%
 
Black or African American
42
4.0%
0
0
467
8.0%
 
Hispanic or Latino
222
23.0%
15
9.0%
1429
23.0%
 
White
687
71.0%
158
90.0%
4066
66.0%
 

Two or more races

0
0
0
0
12
0
 
Race/ethnicity unknown
1
0
2
1.0%
56
1.0%
 
Total
963
100.0%
175
100.0%
6155
100.0%
 
 
Female
693
72.0%
133
76.0%
3405
55.0%
 
Male
270
28.0%
42
24.0%
2750
45.0%
 
Total
963
100.0%
175
100.0%
6155
100.0%
 

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 Table 10
Demographics of Sites for Clinical Practice in Initial and Advanced Programs

The West Central Texas region where Angelo State University is located is a very diverse area. Table 10 illustrates the diversity of school population in the service area. Almost one-fourth of the schools have Hispanic populations above 60%, while slightly more than one-third of the schools are predominately Anglo at more than 60%. Asian ethnicity in this region is small in number, with only six schools posting 2% or above of Asian students. Correspondingly, about one-third of the schools have greater than 5% of their population identified as Black or African American.

While ethnic and racial differences speak to diversity issues, perhaps socioeconomic levels and needs of families may be as critical or greater a factor in school demographics. Almost half of the schools listed in Table 10 list student numbers of 50% or greater eligible for free lunch programs. Poverty impacts student learning.

Demographic Data Link

 

 Table 11
Faculty Qualifications Summary

Summary Data Link

Summary Data Link Spring 2010

 

 

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