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Provider Impact

The Provider Impact domain reports on the effectiveness of a provider's completers in Tennessee public school classrooms.

Overall Performance

Meets Expectations

What does this mean?

"Does Not Meet Expectations" means the provider received less than 50% of possible points. "Meets Expectations" means the provider received 50-74.9% of possible points. "Exceeds Expectations" means the provider received 75% or more of possible points.

Why is this important?

Teachers are the most important in-school factor contributing to students' success.

This domain includes four scored metrics and two unscored metrics.

Percentage of Cohort Members whose Classroom Observation Scores are Level 3 or Above

State Average: 95.2

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned an observation score of at least a 3 (“At Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5.

What does this mean?

The score of 87.8 earned this EPP 4.7 out of 9 points possible.

 

Percentage of Cohort Members whose Classroom Observation Scores are Level 4 or Above

State Average: 59.5

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned an observation score of at least a 4 (“Above Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5.

What does this mean?

The score of 36.8 earned this EPP 0.4 out of 6 points possible.

 

Percentage of Cohort Members whose Student Growth (TVAAS) Scores are Level 3 or Above

State Average: 59.5

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned a student growth (TVAAS) score of at least a 3 (“At Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5. Only cohort members who teach a grade or subject that has a state assessment receive TVAAS scores. For most EPPs, this includes 25-50% of cohort members.

What does this mean?

The score of 64.7 earned this EPP 11.8 out of 15 points possible.

 

Percentage of Cohort Members whose Student Growth (TVAAS) Scores are Level 4 or Above

State Average: 25.2

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned a student growth (TVAAS) score of at least a 4 (“Above Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5. Only cohort members who teach a grade or subject that has a state assessment receive TVAAS scores. For most EPPs, this includes 25-50% of cohort members.

What does this mean?

The score of 24.4 earned this EPP 5.8 out of 10 points possible.

 

Percentage of Cohort Members whose LOE Scores are Level 3 or Above

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned a level of overall effectiveness (LOE) score of at least 3 (“At Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5. LOE includes all components of a teacher's annual evaluation required by state law and policy.

This metric is unscored

Percentage of Cohort Members whose LOE Scores are Level 4 or Above

What is this metric?

This metric reports the percentage of cohort members who earned a level of overall effectiveness (LOE) score of at least 4 (“Above Expectations”) on a scale of 1-5. LOE includes all components of a teacher's annual evaluation required by state law and policy.

This metric is unscored