|Annual Reporting MeasureS||College of Education Evidence|
|1. Impact on P-12 learning and development||The Hawaiʻi Department of Education's (HIDOE) Educator Effectiveness System (EES) measures the impact that College of Education graduates who are working as teachers in Hawaii public schools have on the learning of the students in their classrooms. The College annually examines the EES data on our recent graduates. For academic year 2015-2016, 61% of our graduates with Student Learning Objectives (SLO) scores had an overall SLO rating of Highly Effective, and 35% had an overall SLO rating of Effective, very closely following the state trends. More detailed data are available in our annual data analysis report.
Throughout each preservice preparation programs, the COE assesses teacher candidates' knowledge, skills, dispositions, and effect on P-12 learning through a series of key assessments: Annual preservice assessment data.
|2. Indicators of teaching effectiveness||For academic year 2015-2016, all of our graduates who had EES ratings (n=620) received an overall EES rating of “Effective” or higher. A smaller proportion of our recent graduates were rated “highly effective” than the state overall. More detailed data are available in our annual data analysis report.
Indicators of teaching effectiveness are also measured in our preservice assessments.
|3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones||
|4. Satisfaction of completers|
|5. Graduation Rates|
|6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II|
|7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared||
|8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information|