EPP Assessment Data

Impact on P-12 learning and development (Component 4.1)

Indicators of teaching effectiveness (Component 4.2)

edTPA Results Summary

Master of Science in Childhood Education

  • Cohort AY 2016–2017: 80% passing rate (n=5)
  • Cohort AY 2017–2018: 60% passing rate (n=5)
  • Cohort AY 2018–2019: 100% passing rate (n=4)
  • Cohort AY 2019–2020: NA passing rate (n=0)

Note: The majority of AY 15–16 and AY 16–17 candidates will complete their student teaching semester and their edTPA in the 18–19 academic year. No students from AY 17–18 have reached the point to take their exam yet.

Master of Science in Early Childhood Education

  • Cohort AY 2016-2017: 93% passing rate (n=14)
  • Cohort AY 2017-2018: 100% passing rate (n=16)
  • Cohort AY 2018-2019: 100% passing rate (n=2)
  • Cohort AY 2019-2020: NA passing rate (n=0)

Note: The majority of the AY 16–17 candidates will complete their student teaching semester and their edTPA in the 18–19 academic year. No students from AY 17–18 have reached the point to take their exam yet.

Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education

  • Cohort AY 2016–2017: 100% passing rate (n=2)
  • Cohort AY 2017–2018: 50% passing rate (n=2)
  • Cohort AY 2018–2019: 100% passing rate (n=4)
  • Cohort AY 2019–2020: 100% passing rate (n=1)

The majority of students who were admitted in academic years 2018-2019 & 2019-2020 have not yet reached their student teaching semester, and therefore have yet to complete the edTPA.

Due to COVID-19, NYS has allowed impacted students to choose between the edTPA or the ATS-W certification exams. Therefore, the passing rates calculated above include results from both the edTPA and the ATS-W. COVID-19 has also slowed down the rate at which students take their exams, due to an increased timeframe from NYS and limited open testing centers.

The passing rates are calculated based upon the test results that were reported to New York Tech from NYSED as of March 2021.

Satisfaction of employers and employment Milestones (Component 4.3 | A.4.1)

Employer satisfaction data is collected every two years.

The last round of data collection was March 2021, where we received 10 total responses out of 36 administered surveys, for a 28% total response rate.

For Initial Programs, we sent out 11 and got 3 back, for a total of 27% response rate. For Advanced Programs, we sent out 25 and got 7 back, for a total of 28% response rate.

Satisfaction of completers (Component 4.4 | A.4.2)

The last round of Exit Survey Data was collected from December 2020 graduates.

Alumni survey data is collected every two years.

The last round of data collection was March 2021, where we received 44 total responses out of 184 administered surveys, for a 24% total response rate.

For Initial Programs, we sent out 104 and got 27 back, for a total of 26% response rate. For Advanced Programs, we sent out 80 and got 17 back, for a total of 21% response rate.

Graduation rates
Ability of completers to meet licensing and state requirements
Ability of completers to be hired for positions for which they have been prepared (initial and advanced levels)

The data below is calculated to the best of our ability.

Not all candidates seek certification after graduation if they are working in private/charter schools, relocate outside of New York, or take time off before gaining employment. Additionally, not all students and their certification information can be located in TEACH, due to name changes. Candidate employment is only recorded if the alumni self-report their employment status to the department. Candidates in the advanced programs (MSIT & SLT) are already certified and employed.

Results are recorded as of cohort year admitted, not the number of graduates in that academic year. Depending on the speed in which a student takes the program, it can alter how long it takes them to graduate.

Childhood Education AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019
Completers 8 15 11
Teachers certified 6 11 11
Candidates employed 3 10 11
Early Childhood Education AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019
Completers 25 16 13
Teachers certified 19 12 9
Candidates employed 15 10 8
MAT AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019
Completers 4 5 12
Teachers certified 3 4 12
Candidates employed 4 4 8
MSIT AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019
Completers 22 28 11
SLT AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019
Completers 9 12 3

Graduates by Academic Year 2019-2020

  • Total number of initial program completers in AY 19-20: 50 (18 Childhood, 21 Early Childhood, 11 MAT)
  • Total number of advanced program completers in AY 19-20: 49 (35 MSIT, 14 SLT)

State Certification Exam Passing Rates

Passing rates are calculated based upon the test results that were reported to New York Tech from NYSED as of March 2021. Candidates take the exams towards the end of their program, or even after program completion.

Childhood Education AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 AY 2019-2020
CST Part One 71% 100% 100% 100%
CST Part Two 100% 100% 33% 100%
CST Part Three 78% 100% 100% 100%
Educating All Students 78% 100% 100% 100%
Early Childhood Education AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 AY 2019-2020
CST Part One 100% 100% 100% xx
CST Part Two 92% 89% 100% xx
CST Part Three 100% 100% 100% 100%
Educating All Students 93% 100% 92% 100%
MAT AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 AY 2019-2020
Educating All Students 100% 100% 80% 100%
MSIT AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 AY 2019-2020
CST 45% 75% xx xx
SBL AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 AY 2019-2020
CST Part One 80% 100% 100% xx
CST Part Two 100% 75% 100% xx
Educating All Students 50% 100% 100% xx

Student loan default rates and other consumer information

The campus-wide student loan default rate for the New York Institute of Technology is 6.33%. To search default rates of other postsecondary institutions, please visit National Student Loan Data System.