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Public Reports: Education

St. Lawrence offers programs which prepare students as teachers and educational leaders for service in schools and community settings.  For further information about these programs, consult the Education Department website.  

This page includes:

  • Some principal performance measures for our teacher education and educational leadership programs. All data shown in this table are aggregated over multiple years.  (For details, please see the file attachment.)
  • Graduate School and Career Outcomes information for Undergraduates who prepare for teacher certification (see attachment called "Career Outcomes")
  • Links to Graduation and Retention data for all undergraduate students (which include those preparing for teacher certification)
  • Links to financial aid and loan debt information for all undergraduate students (which include those preparing for teacher certification)
  • Links to the Gainful Employment disclosures for the Certificate of Advanced Studies programs (program ended 12/31/2019).

TEACHER EDUCATION

Table 1.  Program Completers for Initial Teacher Certification by Certificate Area, Completion Years 2009-2019*
Total Completers (Undupl) 150
By Certification Area  
     7-12 Biology Initial 13
     7-12 Chemistry Initial 4
     7-12 Earth Science Initial 2
     7-12 English Initial 28
     7-12 French Initial 7
     7-12 German Initial 1
     7-12 Mathematics Initial 19
     7-12 Physics Initial  1
     7-12 Social Studies Initial 51
     7-12 Spanish Initial 10
     K-12 Visual Arts Initial 17
     7-12 Science Extension 5
* data is for Undergraduate and Graduate level combined
Table 2. Pass Rates for  New York State Teacher Certification Exams, Completion Years 2008-2019
Overall Test Takers 114
Overall Pass Rate 92%
LAST (2009-2014)  
     # Test Takers 80
     % Pass Rate 100%
     Mean Test Score (100-300) 268.7
ATS-W (2009-2017)  
     # Test Takers 91
     % Pass Rate 100%
     Mean Test Score (100-300) 264.3
CST (new scale starting 2016)  
     # Test Takers 111
     % Pass Rate 92%
     Mean Test Score (100-300) 247.1
      Mean Test Score (400-600)  549.4
EAS (new 2014)  
     # Test Takers 29
     % Pass Rate  100%
     Mean Test Score (400-600)  534.1
ALST (new 2014)  
     # Test Takers 17
     % Pass Rate 88
     Mean Test Score (400-600)  535.7
edTPA (rubric, new 2014)  
     # Test Takers 18
     % Pass Rate  94%
     Mean Test Score (0-75) 43.4

The Completion Year follows the definition of CAEP as Sept. 1 through Aug. 31.
Reports are for unduplicated students; duplicated counts for CST where more than one certification area

*** To protect confidentiality, results not published if fewer than 5 scores
**** 2014:  Transition year to new EAS, ALST, edTPA, CST tests

NYS Title II Report Card

Copies of the annual NYS Title II report card are listed to the right of this page.

EDUCATION LEADERSHIP (Certification program ended 12/31/2019)

Table 3.  Educational Leadership Program Completers 2009 - 2019
Total Certifications 118
Initial Certification (School Building Leader) 75
Professional Certification (School District Leader) 43
Table 4. Pass Rates for the NYSTCE School Leadership Assessments Completion Years 2009-2019
  N taken N passed Pass Rate Min Max Mean St. Dev.
Initial Certification (School Building Leader)
NYSTCE Test 100 Score (100-300) 31 31 100% 221 289 241.7 15.1
NYSTCE Test 101 Score (100-300) 32 32 100% 222 277 242.1 14.8
NYSTCE Test 107 Score (400-600) 32 32 100% 520  567 539.2 12.5
NYSTCE Test 108 Score (400-600)  31 30   97% 510  563  541.0 12.6
Professional Certification (School District Leader)
NYSTCE Test 103 Score (100-300) 35 35 100% 222 287 252.2 17.4
NYSTCE Test 104 Score (100-300) 35 35 100% 221 288 249.9 15.7

The completion year follows the definition of CAEP as September 1 through August 31 

GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES

See this link for the general undergraduate student body.

 

FINANCIAL AID AND LOAN DEBT OF UNDERGRADUATES

See link to the Common Data Set, Section H of the attachments posted.