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CAEP Annual Reporting

As a component of CAEP accreditation, every Education Preparation Provider (EPP) must report and prominently display data on its website relating to eight Annual Reporting Measures established by CAEP. EPPs may select the data they present as long as it is appropriate to CAEP's measures.

Measure 1: Impact on P-12 learning and development (Component 4.1)

The AMNH RGGS MAT program has continued to partner with Dr. Meryle Weinstein from New York University to monitor program graduates’ impact on student learning and development. The most recent findings can be found in the report titled "AMNH RGGS MAT Report Years 1-5 June 2019" below.

Measure 2: Indicators of teaching effectiveness (Component 4.2)

The MAT program provides all graduates with two years of intensive support following their graduation through the New Teacher Induction program. The program devotes two doctoral-level clinical faculty members to the Induction Program. By working closely with MAT graduates for two years after they complete the program—through observations in their classrooms and facilitated meetings with their MAT colleagues at AMNH—MAT induction faculty are able to carefully monitor participants’ development over time and, more specifically, their uptake of instructional strategies and perspectives taught in the program. Additionally, because induction faculty are familiar with the pre-service part of the MAT program, they are well-equipped to support the implementation of program practices and are in a good position to provide the program with substantive feedback on the influence of both the MAT program as a whole and, more specifically, the induction component on graduates’ instructional effectiveness through observation debriefs and classroom conferencing. Evaluation of the New Teacher Induction program can be found on pages 14-16 of the "2018-2019 External Evaluation Report of the AMNH RGGS MAT Program" linked below.

Measure 3: Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones (Component 4.3)

In partnership with its external evaluator, the MAT program monitors the satisfaction of employers through a hiring principal survey. Details of the results of the hiring principal survey can be found on pages 17-20 of the "2018-2019 External Evaluation Report of the AMNH RGGS MAT Program" linked below.

Measure 4: Satisfaction of completers (Component 4.4)

In partnership with its external evaluator, the MAT program monitors the satisfaction of completers through a completer satisfaction survey. Details of the results of the satisfaction survey can be found on pages 16-17 of the "2018-2019 External Evaluation Report of the AMNH RGGS MAT Program" linked below.

Measure 5: Graduation Rates

As shown in the table below the program has an overall graduation rate of 93.16%.

Year Enrolled Graduated Graduation Rate
Total 117 109 93.16%
2012–2013 (Cohort 1) 21 20 95.24%
2013–2014 (Cohort 2) 21 16 76.19%
2014–2015 (Cohort 3) 15 14 93.33%
2015–2016 (Cohort 4) 15 15 100%
2016-2017 (Cohort 5) 14 13 92.86%
2017-2018 (Cohort 6) 16 16 100%
2018-2019 (Cohort 7) 15 15 100%

Measure 6: Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements

Graduates from the MAT program have a 100% success rate in receiving their NY State certification. All MAT graduates are recommended for an Initial Certification in teaching Earth Science Grades 7 – 12.

Measure 7: Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared

There have been 109 graduates of the MAT program. For alumni that actively sought employment, 100% received an offer of employment upon graduation. Of these 109 graduates, 87% (95 out of 109) are currently teaching, 95% (90 out of 95) are currently teaching in high needs schools, and 93% (88 out of 95) are currently teaching in New York State. The MAT program’s retention rate (persistence in teaching beyond 3 years) of 92% is on par with, and even exceeds the average retention rate reported by residency programs (~70-80% )—and is far above the national average for teachers prepared across all programs working in high needs schools and teaching in subject areas for which there are teacher shortages.

Measure 8: Student loan default rates and other consumer information

As all candidates in the program receive a scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, textbook, and certification costs as well as $30,000 stipend for living expenses, student loans are not available for candidates in the program. Additional consumer information can be found on the "At A Glance" webpage.

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