Summative Assessment

Summative assessment is a comprehensive examination of learning outcomes that occurs at the end of professional preparation.  The summative assessment  includes the number and percentage of graduate students  who (a) complete the program, (b) pass the PRAXIS Examination on the first attempt, and (c) are employed within the field upon graduation.

 

Table 1. Program Completion Rates for Graduate Students from 2009-2012.

Period    # completed program within expected time frame # completed program later than expected time frame # not completing program % completing   
2011-2012 19 1 0 100%
2010-2011 14 0 0 100%
2009-2010   13 1 0 100%
3 year average       100%

Table 2. PRAXIS Examination Pass Rates for 2009-2012.

Period    # taking examination # passing examination % passing examination
2011-2012   20 20 100%
2010-2011   14 14 100%
2009-2010   14 12 86%
3 year average     95%

Table 3. Employment Rates of Graduates Working in the Profession for 2009-2012.

Period    # of graduates # of graduates working % of graduates working
2011-2012   20 20 100%
2010-2011 14 14 100%
2009-2010    14 13 93%
3 year average     98%

Table 4. Number of Graduates Working in Educational and Medical Settings for 2009-2012.

Period    # of graduates in educational settings # of graduates in medical settings # of graduates not working in profession
2011-2012  13 7 0
2010-2011 10 4 0
 2009-2010   7 6 1

 

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