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Kansas Wesleyan's Teacher Ed Receives Accreditation
Kansas Wesleyan University's Teacher Education Program is accredited by the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Welcome to the Kansas Wesleyan University Teacher Education data reporting website. KWU is committed to demonstrating accountability and using data to support curriculum and programmatic initiatives to prepare future educators. This site contains data, summaries of findings, and other information based on the annual reporting measures.
This page is broken down into three primary sections: I. Impact Measures; II. Outcome Measures; and III. Other Measures, Reports, and Information. The first section includes information on the impact of completers on P-12 learning and development, indicators of completers’ teaching effectiveness, the satisfaction of employers with our completers and related employment milestones, and the satisfaction of completers of our program. The second section includes information on graduation rates, the ability of completers to meet licensing requirements, employment outcomes, and other consumer information. The third section includes contains miscellaneous reporting including CAEP annual reports, Title II reports, and summaries of other unit-level data, of boards interest to our stakeholders.
CAEP ANNUAL REPORTING MEASURES
Impact on P-12 Learning and Development: Completer Performance During In-Service
Indicator of Teaching Effectiveness
- KWU First Year Student Teacher Program Evaluation (Includes Goals 1,2,5)
- KPTP (Kansas Performance Teaching Portfolio) Comparison
Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones
Satisfaction of Completers
- KWU Evaluations
Ability of Completers to Meet Licensing Requirements
Employment Outcomes for Completers
Other Measures, Reports, and Information