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Employment Trends

70 students, or 67% of students from the 2011 – 2012 completion class obtained positions as licensed teachers in area schools. The following list shows the number of IU South Bend graduates hired by school corporation.

  • South Bend Community Schools - 12
  • Elkhart Community Schools - 11
  • School City of Mishawaka - 8
  • Local Charter Schools - 7
  • Goshen Community Schools - 5
  • Fort Wayne Diocese - 4
  • Plymouth Community Schools - 4
  • Westview School Corporation - 3
  • Union-North United School Corporation - 2
  • Concord Community Schools - 2
  • East Noble School Corporation - 2
  • Penn Harris Madison School Corporation - 1
  • John Glenn School Corporation - 1
  • Oregon-Davis School Corporation - 1
  • Whitko Community School Corporation - 1
  • Bremen Public Schools - 1
  • Anderson Community Schools - 1
  • Caston School Corporation - 1
  • LaPorte Community Schools - 1
  • East Noble School Corporation - 1
  • West Noble School Corporation - 1
  • Culver Community Schools - 1
  • Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter School - 1

Teacher Effectiveness Data

Available as of March 23, 2016

Traditional Program Completers for 2014–2015

  • Title II Pass Rates for Elementary Pedagogy Exam – 100%
  • Title II Pass Rates for Secondary Pedagogy Exam – 100%
  • Title II Pass Rates for Elementary Generalist – Reading – 87%
  • Title II Pass Rates for Elementary Generalist – Mathematics – 84%
  • Title II Pass Rates for Elementary Generalist – Science – 87%
  • Title II Pass Rates for Elementary Generalist – Social Studies – 89%

Average Cumulative Grade Point Average for Program Completers in 2014 – 2015 was 3.55.

teacher effectiveness chart 2013-2014

1 - 93% of graduates in first year of classroom teaching rated as effective or highly effective
2 - 100% of graduates in second year of classroom teaching rated as effective or highly effective
3 - 100% of graduates in third year of classroom teaching rated as effective or highly effective

Graduation Rates Based on Formal Admission to TEP for Students Graduating in December 14 or May 2015

  • 51% of students graduate in 3 or 4 semesters after admission to TEP
  • 44% of students graduate in 5 or 6 semesters after admission to TEP
  • 4% of students graduate in more than 6 semesters after admission to TEP

*Formal admission to TEP occurs at the end of the semester when students takes EDUC 311 or EDUC M314

**N = 72, Percentages are rounded to nearest whole number