Previous CAEP Reports
In accordance with the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) policy, there are eight annual reporting measures to provide information to the public on the Educator Preparation Provider (EPP) program impacts and outcomes. The reports from previous years are below:
A report showing data from the survey done by the Michigan Department of Education. Responses are from student teachers and their university supervisors. This data is used to evaluate the efficacy of LSSU student teachers. The overall efficacy rating for 2016-2017 LSSU student teachers is 97 percent, which is a component of the 2017 EPI score.
The Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) Performance Score Report is a snapshot of LSSU’s scores for the three component metrics used to evaluate the teacher preparation program. The state cut score for 2017’s overall measurement is 84.5 and LSSU scored 86.9.
This is a guide to understanding how EPI scores are calculated and is provided by the Michigan Department of Education.
The Teacher Education Program Report is generated by the LSSU Dean of the School of Education and School of Education Faculty and is used for program analysis and improvement.
The Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) scores are reported in three year windows. LSSU teacher candidates demonstrate a cumulative pass rate of 89.2% for the 2014 to 2017 reporting window.