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Office of Assessment & Accreditation

 Touro Graduate School of Education offers masters degrees and advanced certificates in teacher education and masters degrees in school leadership (Table 1). In October 2013, the Graduate School of Education received full accreditation through 2020 by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC), which is now part of the Council for Accreditation of Teacher Preparation (CAEP). In the following section we provide data on enrollment, our claims, and certification/licensure information.

Table 1 - Program Options

Program Title

Degree Awarded

Early Childhood Education/Teaching Students with Disabilities,
B-Grade 2

MS

Childhood Education/Teaching Students with Disabilities,
Grades 1 - 6

MS

Teaching Students with Disabilities (SWD) Generalist, Grades 7-12

MS

Gifted and Talented Education

Advanced
Certificate

Teaching Students with Autism & Severe or Multiple Disabilities

Advanced
Certificate

 

Instructional Technology (ITP)

MS

 

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

MS

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Advanced
Certificate

Bilingual General Education

Advanced
Certificate

Bilingual Special Education

Advanced
Certificate

Bilingual Speech and Language Disabilities

Advanced
Certificate

 

Mathematics Education (MTE)

MS

 

Teaching Literacy (RDG)

MS

 

Teacher of Speech and Language Disabilities

MS

 

School Building Leader (SAS)

MS

School Building/School District Leader

MS

 

Table 2 - Admission information

Below we provide the number of newly enrolled candidates by year and program

Year

2011

2012

2013

TESOL (TESOL)

171

155

122

Education and Special Ed (Ed/SpEd)

1146

1154

986

Instructional Technology (ITP)

32

21

25

Mathematics Education (MTE)

14

17

14

Teaching Literacy (RDG)

68

69

50

School Leadership (SAS)

41

32

27

 

Table 3 - Fall Enrollment

YEAR

TERM

Ed/SpEd

ITP

TESOL

MTE

RDG

SAS

2011

Fall

2894

93

313

39

193

181

2012

Fall

2535

77

299

35

202

155

2013

Fall

2389

85

280

33

165

145

 

Table 4 - Program Completers (2012-13)

Program

Ed /Sp Ed
ITP
TESOL
MTE
RDG
SAS

Completers

1236

17

245

17

72

72

 

Certification/Licensure

The table below provides information on the number of test takers and overall pass rate for program completers by year. During the last three years GSE pass rate on New York State Teacher Certification Examinations (NYSTCE) has continuously improved.

 

Table 5

Year

Takers

Pass

Pass rate

2010

4293

4038

94%

2011

6317

5974

95%

2012

3722

3579

 

 

Claims

Touro GSE identified six claims for its leadership program and four claims for the teacher education program options (Table 1). The claims were based on New York State Standards. Tables 7 and 8 include data representing GPAs of specific courses that are aligned with Touro GSE claims which are aligned with TEAC’s quality principles and cross cutting themes.

 

Table 6 - Program Claims

Claims

Leadership program

Teacher Ed

Claim1

Graduates are able to effectively develop, implement and communicate a shared vision of learning to the broader school community

Graduates are competent in the content area that they teach.

Claim2

Graduates are able to work collaboratively with the staff and the broader school community to develop a culture of continual learning for all students and professional growth for school and district staff.

Graduates demonstrate effective teaching methods for learners with diverse abilities and from a variety of backgrounds.

Claim3

Graduates are able to demonstrate the ability to plan for the effective use of technology and all resources in the organization of the school/district to ensure a safe, efficient and effective learning environment.

Graduates create dynamic learning environments
that are supportive, motivating and caring for all students.

Claim4

Graduates are able to effectively work with families and the broader community to access services that support the school/district’s efforts to meet the needs of all students.

Graduates demonstrate the process of reflective practice
to facilitate their continuing professional growth and development.

Claim5

Graduates are able to demonstrate that
they are able to address issues with fairness, caring, and in an ethical manner.

 

Claim6

Graduates are able to communicate effectively with the broader school community, political leaders, the business community and agencies of the three levels of government that have direct impact on the schools/district.

 

 

Table 7 - Teacher Ed Aggregated Average GPA per cluster of courses

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Claim2

 245

329

3.72

ED/SpEd

Claim2

 1236

2506

3.63

Literacy

Claim2

 72

78

3.86

Technology

Claim2

 17

20

3.33

Math

Claim2

17

34

3.33

 

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Claim3

245

201

3.84

ED/SpEd

Claim3

1236 

1739

3.68

Literacy

Claim3

 72

155

3.86

Technology

Claim3

17 

20

3.70

Math

Claim3

17

46

3.81

 

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Claim4

245 

158

3.81

ED/SpEd

Claim4

 1236

2561

3.64

Literacy

Claim4

72 

156

3.81

Technology

Claim4

17 

19

3.68

Math

Claim4

17

28

3.72

 

Practicum

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Practicum

245 

158

3.81

ED/SpEd

Practicum

 1236

1330

3.69

Literacy

Practicum

 72

156

3.88

Math

Practicum

 17

14

3.79

 

Learning to Learn

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Learning

245 

92

3.75

ED/SpEd

Learning

1236 

2438

3.64

Literacy

Learning

72 

78

3.90

Technology

Learning

17 

19

3.35

Math

Learning

 17

102

3.66

 

Multicultural Perspectives

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Multicultural

245 

111

3.81

ED/SpEd

Multicultural

1236 

3073

3.64

Literacy

Multicultural

72 

77

3.78

Technology

Multicultural

17

19

3.35

Math

Multicultural

17 

28

3.44

 

Technology

Program

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Tesol

Technology

245

92

3.76

ED/SpEd

Technology

1236

1388

3.67

Literacy

Technology

72

78

3.74

Technology

Technology

17

190

3.54

Math

Technology

17

102

3.66

 

Table 8 - School Leadership Aggregated Average GPA per cluster of courses

Claim

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Claim1

72

142

3.73

Claim2

72

153

3.80

Claim3

72

227

3.66

Claim4

72

144

3.66

Claim5

72

230

3.76

Claim6

72

298

3.71

 

Cross Cutting Themes

Graduates

# of Grades

Avg Grade

Learning to learn

72

67

3.66

Multicultural Perspectives

72

144

3.66

Technology

72

227

3.66