CAEP Annual Reporting Measures
All initial teacher licensure programs at NMSU are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The reports below share our performance on the eight annual reporting measures we are required to post publicly per CAEP regulations. Advanced programs are still legacy NCATE accredited, and by 2021, these programs will have CAEP accreditation along with our initial licensure programs.
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 1: Impact on P-12 Learning and Development (Component 4.1)
NMTeach Domain Scores for Completers Teaching in New Mexico
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 2: Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness (Component 4.2)
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 3: Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones (Components 4.3 and A.4.1)
Principal (Employer) Surveys and Licensure Progression
Progression Through Licensure Tiers
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 4: Satisfaction of Completers (Components 4.4 and A.4.2)
Exit Survey: Completer Feedback Upon Program Completion
Completer Follow Up Surveys
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 5: Graduation Rates
Graduation Rates and Degrees Awarded for Initial and Advanced Teacher and Other School Professional Preparation Programs
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 6: Ability of Completers to Meet Licensing and Any Additional State Requirements
National Evaluation Series, Assessment of Professional Knowledge, and New Mexico Teaching Assessments Performance
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 7: Ability of Completers to Be Hired in Education Positions for Which They Have Prepared
Subsequent Positions Secured by Program Completers
CAEP Annual Reporting Measure 8: Student Loan Default Rates
The most up to date student loan default rates for New Mexico State University are those that are available on the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid website (choose Cohort Default Rates by school, lender, state and institution and type in New Mexico State University).
NMSU’s student loan default rates for fiscal years 2012, 2013, and 2014 are 20.2 percent, 19.6 percent, and 18.5 percent, respectively. According to our financial aid office, these are the most updated numbers available, and more detailed information that examines default rates just for candidates who earned a degree in the College of Education are not available.
Several summaries above utilize NMTeach data. For reference, the rubrics and technical guide for NMTeach are available for download below.
- NMTeach Rubric: Domain One – Planning and Preparation
- NMTeach Rubric: Domain Two – Creating an Environment for Learning
- NMTeach Rubric: Domain Three – Teaching for Learning
- NMTeach Rubric: Domain Four – Professionalism
- NMTeach Technical Guide
Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation Decision Letter (May 2018)
Most Recent Title II Submission
College of Education Teacher Preparation Programs are also approved by the New Mexico Public Education Department Professional Practices and Standards Committee (most recent approval: June 2018).