The College of Education and Human Services at Cleveland State University is committed to transparency in reporting candidate performance data. Below are links that provide you with data about our teacher licensure programs and our doctoral candidates in counseling psychology.
Cleveland State collects comprehensive data for all teacher licensure programs. Data are gathered on candidate outcomes, clinical partnerships, candidate quality and selectivity, and program impact as part of its accreditation by CAEP. These data are shared regularly with program faculty to review and identify areas for program development. Follow the links below to review public data for the CAEP Annual Reporting Measures.
1. Impact on P-12 Learning and Development
2. Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness
3. Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones
4. Satisfaction of Completers at Program Completion and during Residency
5. Graduation Rates (under development)
6. Ability of Completers to Meet Licensing Requirements initial and advanced
7. Ability of Completers to be Hired in Education Positions
8. Student Loan Default Rate - CSU student loan default rate compares favorably with statewide data, with the second or third lowest default rate in the state for completers from FY 10-FY 14, the latest data available.
For additional information about candidate test scores, their satisfaction with the quality of their preparation, and information about the performance of employed graduates, review the Ohio Educator Preparation Performance Reports below.
If you have any questions about these data or other information about the performance of Cleveland State candidates, contact Brian Yusko, the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, at 216-875-9774 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.