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Tennessee Technological University

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The Instructional Leadership program at Tennessee Tech combines the Tennessee Instructional Leadership Standards (TILS) and Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) standards to form a rigorous, performance-based program that focuses on rich field experiences guided by full-time faculty and district-level administrators. Candidate reflection and growth plans are integral to the success and completion of the program. Classes leading to the Master of Arts degree (EDIL Major) and Specialist in Education degree (ESIL Major) in Instructional Leadership are available through online classes in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. These programs are designed to prepare students seeking licensure as beginning administrators in Tennessee. The M.A. degree program in Instructional Leadership requires the completion of an approved program of graduate study with a minimum of 33 semester hours. An Ed.S. degree may be earned upon the completion of 30 semester hours of approved graduate level study beyond the M.A. degree. Our program has a 100% pass rate on the Praxis School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA).

Provider Type

  • Public

Leaders in 3-Year Cohort: 62

Cohort Members per Year

N-Size: 62

What is this metric?

This metric indicates the number of cohort members the provider had in each of the three years represented in the Report Card.

Completers by Race

What is this metric?

This metric shows the racial and ethnic composition of the three-year cohort.

Praxis Leader Licensure Pass Rate

N-Size: 61

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who passed the Praxis School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) within two attempts.