2015 Delaware Educator Preparation Program Reports

  • General Overview

    The 2015 Educator Preparation Program Reports were crafted, after five years of deliberation and stakeholder input, as one initiative among statewide and national efforts to improve the quality and transparency of educator preparation. This work was further catalyzed by Delaware Senate Bill 51 (signed by Governor Markell, Summer 2013), and the resulting regulation (Delaware Regulation 290). The majority of the state’s early career educators -- about 60 percent -- are prepared by Delaware preparation programs; the reports are part of Delaware’s larger effort to strengthen such programs throughout the state. These reports are one important way to measure and assess the quality of Delaware preparation programs in their ability to recruit, train, and develop quality educators for the state’s students. Each report contains five (5) scored domains: Recruitment, Candidate Performance, Placement, Retention, and Graduate Performance. Each domain is comprised of two (2) to four (4) metrics. There is one domain (Perceptions) for which data has not yet been collected and is therefore unscored.
    Program representatives had more than 30 calendar days to review program reports and submit responses with feedback both general and specific. This feedback can be viewed here
    These reports are preliminary and thus without formal regulatory consequences in 2015.
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  • State Summary of the 2015 Delaware Educator Preparation Program Reports

    Below is the State Summary of the 2015 Delaware Educator Preparation Program Reports. Users can scroll through the summary table, which is a total of 10 pages in length. Clicking on the top right corner of the document will cause it to open in a new tab. 
    Programs are listed alphabetically, by institution, with alternative programs appearing at the end of the table. Users looking for a specific program, or type of program, will find search fields at the bottom of the page, below the state summary. 
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Last Modified on November 18, 2016