Education Accreditation

CAEP Accountability Measures

CAEP has four accountability measures that are shared publicly and updated annually.

2020-2021 Data limitations due to COVID-19
Ohio ordered school-building closures and subsequent emergency legislation addressing the coronavirus pandemic-related issues which had substantial impacts on state testing during the 2020-2021 school year. As a result, OTES/OPES and Value-added data are limited.

Measure 1: Completer Impact and Effectiveness

Completer impact on P-12 student learning and growth

Completer effectiveness in applying professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions

Measure 2: Satisfaction of Employers and Stakeholder involvement

The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) previously distributed and collected an annual Employer Perceptions of Ohio Educator Preparation Programs Survey. The ODHE discontinued the survey due to a low response rate at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year. In collaboration with other Ohio Educator Preparation Programs, the Capital University School of Education began collecting employer data using a new Employer Survey in the 2020-2021 academic year. These data are available for Measure 2.

Stakeholder feedback and involvement

The School of Education has an Education Advisory Council that includes key stakeholders from urban and suburban districts and across multiple disciplines that meet twice a year to share feedback. Minutes and agendas from these meetings, as well as district MOUs are reviewed annually.

Measure 3: Candidate Competency at Program Completion

Title II Report

The annual Title II reports provides information on a number of measures such as passage rates on licensure exams, enrollment, and clinical experiences.

Licensure Examination Pass Rates

Data below includes Ohio educator licensure exam passage rates for all initial licensure content areas. Also Capital University passage rates for Principal license candidates.

Measure 4: Ability of Completers to be Hired

Ability of completers to be hired in positions for which they have prepared

Ohio Resident Educator Program

The Resident Educator program is a four- year comprehensive mentoring and professional development program. The Resident Educator data provided shows the persistence of hired Capital University graduates through the program at various schools.

School of Education Data