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Performance

This is a measure of an EPP's overall performance across the three scored domains in the Report Card: Candidate Profile, Employment, and Provider Impact.

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?

Overall Performance indicates how well a provider is doing in the State Board's key priority areas for preparing educators: recruiting strong, diverse candidates to teach in the areas of greatest need; preparing candidates for employment in Tennessee public schools; and preparing candidates to effectively support student learning.

Domains

The metrics in the Report Card are divided into five domains. Three domains are scored and two are unscored.

Candidate Profile
Does Not Meet Expectations

What does this mean?

The Candidate Profile domain evaluates the provider's ability to recruit a strong, diverse cohort of candidates and prepare them to teach in the content areas of greatest need.

Employment
Exceeds Expectations

What does this mean?

The Employment domain evaluates a provider's performance in preparing educators to begin and remain teaching in Tennessee public schools.

Provider Impact
Meets Expectations

What does this mean?

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

Candidate Assessment
Unscored this Year

What does this mean?

The Candidate Assessment domain evaluates a provider's performance in preparing candidates to pass the pedagogical and content-area assessments required to obtain a Tennessee teaching license.

Satisfaction
Unscored this Year

What does this mean?

The Satisfaction domain reports how well completers feel that their preparation program prepared them for teaching.