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

The following are findings for the eight CAEP Annual Reporting Measures:

  1. Component 4.1 Impact on P-12 Learning and Development
    In the spring of 2019, Lakeland conducted a case study analysis of the impact of our graduates on students' learning with one of our local school districts. Based on the analysis, "it appears that all of the graduates from Lakeland University are working within the realm of what is typical for student growth."

    Full report available here.
  2. Component 4.2 Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness
    Not available at this time (will become available by spring 2020)
  3. Component 4.3 Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones
    Not available at this time (will become available by spring 2020)
  4. Component 4.4 Satisfaction of Completers

    Education Program
    Students who graduated in 2017-2018 were sent an alumni survey asking them to rate their ability to meet the 10 Wisconsin standards for licensure and Lakeland's two additional standards. They were asked to rate from 1 (strongly disagreeing that they were prepared to meet the standard) to 5 (strongly agreeing that they were prepared to meet the standard). From the graduate who responded to the survey, the average rating for the 12 teaching standards was 3.8, meaning they generally agreed that they were prepared to meet the teaching standards. The standard that received the highest rating was the one that dealt with the student's ability to "foster relationships with colleagues, parents, and agencies in the larger community to support pupil learning and well-being; and act with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner." None of the standards received a rating lower than 3 (neither agree nor disagree).

    School Counseling Program
    In 2018, 25 students responded to the MAC Post-Graduate Survey. Of the responses, eleven students agreed to strongly agreed they were initially prepared for their field as professional counselors. Two students neither agreed or disagreed while one student disagreed.
  5. Graduation Rates
    Education Program – There were 9 graduates in 2017-2018.
    School Counseling Program – There were 25 school counseling graduates in 2017-2018.
  6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II (initial & advanced levels)

    Education Program – All nine of our teacher candidates in 2017-2018 met DPI licensing requirements. One of the key performance assessments that students in Wisconsin must pass in order to be endorsed for licensure is the edTPA. The edTPA is a performance assessment made up of three tasks: Task 1 – Planning for Instruction, Task 2 – Instructing and Engaging Students, and Task 3 – Assessing Student Learning. The mean scores for the three tasks of the nine teacher candidates is the following: Task 1 (3.1 out of 5), Task 2 (3.0 out of 5), and Task 3 (3.2 out of 5). The mean total test score was 46.1, which is significantly higher than the 38 passing score set by Wisconsin.

    School Counseling Program – All 25 school counseling graduates in 2017-2018 met DPI licensing requirements.
  7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared (initial & advanced levels)

    Education Program
    In its review of graduates from the last five years, 90% of graduates were able to find teaching positions with direct ties to their teaching licenses. Of the 9 graduates from 2017-2018, 7 of them are currently working as teachers and one is working as a substitute teacher.

    School Counseling Program
    Of the 25 students responding to the 2018 survey, seven of these students were identified as school counselors and all were employed full- time in their field.
  8. Student Loan Default Rates and Other Consumer Information
    Please click on this link to obtain student loan default rates and other consumer information.

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