As an Educator Preparation Provider, the Teacher Education Unit (TEU) at Buffalo State College monitors candidate performance data and other consumer information as part of our data-driven continuous improvement efforts.
Eight annual reporting measures identified by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) are used as a framework to provide information on program outcomes and program impact.
As part of the Buffalo State Education Assessment System (BSEAS), the TEU not only collects student outcome and impact data, but reviews and shares these data with a wide range of stakeholders, before using the results to improve our programs (see CAEP Standard 5 Component 5.4|A.5.4). Information about BSEAS is available in the TEU Assessment Handbook.
publicly displayed on the TEU, Educator Preparation Program website
disseminated via stakeholder advisory groups
disseminated at monthly Teacher Education Council meetings, and at other monthly, quarterly, or annual meetings with a variety of stakeholders, including teacher candidates and clinical or school partners
reviewed at annual program improvement retreats
used to develop action plans
NOTE: All data are reported at the Teacher Education Unit level and disaggregated by initial or advanced programs, where appropriate. Further disaggregation by individual program level is provided via a link to the program level data hub (Annual Reporting Measures Program Hub link).
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