Title II Reporting

            Higher education institutions which prepare teachers are required by Congress to submit a report summarizing the performance of program completers on specified assessments to the Kansas State Department of Education by April 7 of each year beginning in 2001.  This same information must be made available to the public in catalogs and other materials provided to prospective students, guidance counselors, and employers of our graduates.  The information presented below summarizes pass rates on the Pre Professional Skills Tests (PPST) in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics as well as the Principles of Learning Test (PLT). 

Single-Assessment Institution-Level Pass-Rate Data: Regular Teacher Preparation Program - 2011-2012

Institution Name: Emporia State University 

Academic year: 2011-2012

Number of program completers: 236

Type of Assessment

Assessment Code Number

# taking assessment

# passing assessment

Institution

pass-rate

Statewide

pass-rate

Professional Knowledge

PLT

 

 

 

 

PLT  EC

0521

 

 

 

 

PLT  K-6

10622

144

144

100%

89%

PLT  5-9

10623

5

 5

 100%

97%

PLT  7-12

10624

87

87

100%

95%

 

Aggregate And Summary Institution-Level Pass-Rate Data: Regular Teacher Preparation Program - 2011-2012

Institution Name: Emporia State University

Academic year:  2011-2012

Total number of program completers: 236

Type of
Assessment

# taking assessment

# passing assessment

Institution

pass-rate

Statewide

pass-rate

Aggregate: Professional Knowledge*

  236

  236

100%

96%

Aggregate: Academic Content Areas (math, English, biology etc.)*

  222

  222

100%

96%

Aggregate: Other Content Areas (career/technical education, health education, etc.)*

   42

   42

100%

95%

Aggregate:  Teaching Special Populations (special education, ESL, etc.)*

 

 

 

 

Summary of Individual Assessments**

  236

  236

100%

96%

*Aggregate pass rate – Numerator: Number who passed all the tests they took in a category (and within their area of specialization).  Denominator:  Number of completers who took one or more test in a category (and within their area of specialization).

**Summary pass rate – Numerator: Number who passed all the tests they took within their area of specialization.  Denominator: Number of completers who took one or more tests used by the state (and within their area of specialization).

Single-Assessment Institution-Level Pass-Rate Data: Alternative Teacher Preparation Program - 2011-2012

Institution Name: Emporia State University 

Academic year: 2011-2012

Number of program completers: 7

Type of Assessment

Assessment Code Number

# taking assessment

# passing assessment

Institution

pass-rate

Statewide

pass-rate

Professional Knowledge

PLT

 

 

 

 

PLT  EC

0521

 

 

 

 

PLT  K-6

0522

 1

 1

 100%

 

PLT  5-9

0523

 

 

 

 

PLT  7-12

0624

6

 6

100%

95%

 

Aggregate And Summary Institution-Level Pass-Rate Data: Alternative Teacher Preparation Program - 2011-2012

Institution Name: Emporia State University

Academic year:  2011-2012

Total number of program completers: 7

Type of
Assessment

# taking assessment

# passing assessment

Institution

pass-rate

Statewide

pass-rate

Aggregate: Professional Knowledge*

  7

  7

100%

95%

Aggregate: Academic Content Areas (math, English, biology etc.)*

 6

 6

100%

 

Aggregate: Other Content Areas (career/technical education, health education, etc.)*

  

  

 

 

Aggregate:  Teaching Special Populations (special education, ESL, etc.)*

 

 

 

 

Summary of Individual Assessments**

  7

  7

100%

95%

*Aggregate pass rate – Numerator: Number who passed all the tests they took in a category (and within their area of specialization).  Denominator:  Number of completers who took one or more test in a category (and within their area of specialization).

**Summary pass rate – Numerator: Number who passed all the tests they took within their area of specialization.  Denominator: Number of completers who took one or more tests used by the state (and within their area of specialization).