Institutional Report

Institutional Report

Information for the Institutional Reports on the Quality of Teacher Preparation


Doane University Title II Report

2018 Title II Doane University Report - Academic Year 2016-2017

Nebraska Department of Education
2018 Title II Institutions Report Summary Nebraska State Report - Academic Year 2016-2017

Nebraska Department of Education - Title II Higher Education Reporting Site


Contextual Information Undergraduate

Description: The Doane Teacher Education Program is characterized as performance-based and developmental. Students begin the program in the freshman year. Through a series of sequenced experiences, pre-service teachers complete approximately 300 hours of hands-on practicum experiences with K-12 students prior to student teaching. Following graduation, students extend their training into a summer semester of graduate work. Doane guarantees all students employment and offers a first-year teacher mentor program. In addition, Doane is the only college in Nebraska and the first in the nation to offer an absolute warranty on the quality of the graduates.

Elementary Majors

  • Elementary Education
  • Special Education

Endorsement Areas

  • Early Childhood
  • Middle Grades Education
  • English as a Second Language
  • Secondary Education: Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, English/Language Arts, French, German, History, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Science, Social Science, Spanish, and Theatre
YEAR PRACTICUM EXPERIENCE COURSE WORK
Sophomore Practicum IA & IB Education 211 & 221 (Clinical Experiences)
Junior Practicum IC & ID Education 321 & 341 (Clinical Experiences)
Junior Practicum II All methods courses (some students may begin this in the sophomore year with permission)
Senior Practicum III Student Teaching
Summer Experience Practicum IV Graduate Course Work
Project Bridge Practicum V First-year mentoring

Contextual Information Graduate

The Curriculum and Instruction program is site-based.  The program is designed for classroom teachers.  Six sites exist across the state of Nebraska. The sites include Crete, Lincoln, Omaha, Norfolk, North Platte, and Grand Island.  At the conclusion of the program students are awarded a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction.

The Educational Leadership program is a cadre program. All students enter in the summer semester and complete a variety of classroom, practicum and internship experiences in the two-year program.  Students earn a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership degree at the conclusion of the program.  Students may also apply for K-12 or K-8 certification as a principal upon successful completion of the program.   Cadres exist in Lincoln, NE and Omaha, NE.

The Education Specialist program is a cadre program.  All students enter in a semester and complete a variety of experiences in the 3- year program.  Students earn a Educational Specialist degree at the completion of the program.  Students are eligible for K-8, 7-12 or K-12 certification as a superintendent upon successful completion of the program.  This program is offered in Lincoln, NE.

The doctoral program leads to an EdD in Educational Leadership.  The students complete a variety of classroom and research experiences.  The dissertation completes the doctoral program.   This program is offered in Lincoln, NE.


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Requirements

Entrance into Teacher Education Requirements

Entrance into Student Teaching Requirements

Certification Requirements


Certification/Employment Rates - Initial Program & Initial certification at the advanced level

Date Number Certified Number Employed
2018
Initial Program
44 41 Full-time employed
1 Preschool Employment
2 Other
2018
Initial Certification at the Advanced Level
33 30 Full-time employed
3 Other
2017
Initial Program
37 34 Full-time employed
1 Substitute Teacher
2 Other
2017
Initial Certification at the Advanced Level
31 29 Full-time employed
1 Full-time Substitute
1 Other
2016
Initial Program
52 48 Full-time employed
1 Fullbright Scholarship
1 Graduate School
1 Graduate Assistant
1 Other
2016
Initial Certification at the Advanced Level
22 19 Full-time employed
3 Other
2015
Initial Program
54 54 Full-time employed
4 Fullbright Scholarships
2 Substituting / Other
2015
Initial Certification at the Advanced Level
27 17 Full-time employed
9 Substituting / Other
1 Additional Certification

EMPLOYMENT SCHOOLS

Candidates (completers) for 2018-2019 school year:  Initial Certification program and Initial Certification at the Advanced Level

Ashland Greenwood Public Schools High Plains Community Schools
Battle Crete Public Schools Lincoln Public Schools
Beatrice Public Schools Malcolm Public Schools
Blair Community Schools Milford Public Schools
Ceresco / Valpraiso Public Schools Mt Michael Benedictine
Clark County School District North American Martyrs School
Conestoga Public Schools Palmyra District O R 1
Crete Public Schools Papillion La Vista Public Schools
Educare of Lincoln Pleasanton Public Schools
Elkhorn Public Schools Ralston Public Schools
Fremont Public Schools Roncalli Catholic High School
Friend Public Schools Seward Public Schools
Fullerton Public Schools South Central Nebraska Unified 5
Grand Island Public Schools Southern School District
Gretna Public Schools Wakefield Public Schools
Harvard Public Schools Westside Community Schools

Candidates (completers) for 2017-2018 school year:  Initial Certification program and Initial Certification at the Advanced Level

Axtell Public Schools Lincoln Public Schools
Burns Schools, WY Logan Magnolia Schools, IA
Blue Hill Public Schools Louisville Public Schools
Columbus Public Schools Marian High School
Creighton Public Schools Maywood Public Schools
Crete Public Schools McCook Public Schools
Cross County Community Schools Millard Public Schools
David City Public Schools Norris Public Schools
Elgin Public Schools Omaha Public Schools
Elkorn Public Schools Osceola Public Schools
Frankfort Schools, KS Scottsbluff Public Schools
Grand Island Public Schools St. John the Apostle Parish
Gretna Public Schools St. Robert Bellarmine Elementary
Hampton Public Schools Tri County Public Schools
Kearney Public Schools West Monana Schools, IA
La Mesa Schools, CA Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools

Candidates (completers) for 2016-2017 school year:  Initial Certification program and Initial Certification at the Advanced Level

Ashland - Greenwood Public Schools Lakeview Community Schools
Auburn Public Schools Lincoln Christian Schools
Bayard Public Schools Lincoln Public Schools
Bellevue Public Schools Milford Public Schools
Central City Public Schools Nebraska City Public Schools
Columbus Public Schools Nebraska Unified District 1
Crete Public Schools Omaha Public Schools
Cross County Community Schools Palmyra District I R 1
Doniphan-Trumball Public Schools Southwest Public Schools
Fairbury Public Schools Stanton Community Schools
Friend Public Schools Tri County Public Schools
Grand Island Public Schools Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools
Gretna Public Schools Litchfield Elementary School District
Harvard Public Schools Logan-Magnolia Community School District
Jefferson County School District Millard Public Schools
Norris Public Schools Pierce Public Schools
Prairie Hills USD 113 South Central Nebraska Unified 5
Wahoo Public Schools  

First-Year Teacher Nebraska Salaries

Individuals Completing Program Requirements

  2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016   2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016
Elementary   35 16 28 Special Education 17 22 26
Early Childhood  7 3 7 Music Education 1 6 4
Middle Grades 3 2 4 Physical Education 4 3 2
Art Education 3 6 1 Social Science 4 4 3
English/Language Arts 0 3 7 Math 3 7 4
English 6 6 4 Spanish 6 4 2
Biology
0 0 1 History 3 0 2
ESL 8 3 3 Science 5 3 6
Language Arts 0 0 0 Theatre 0 0 0
German 0 0 0 French 0 0 0

Employers and Completers Survey

Source:  Nebraska Department of Education administered the Nebraska First Year Teacher Survey to both principals and first year teachers, Spring 2018.  Evaluation indicators are based on the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Intersate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Model Core Teaching Standards, 2011.

49 surveys were distributed to both principals and teachers; 33 returned by both groups, respectively, for a response rate of 67%. 

Respondents were asked to reate the extent to which the first year teacher was effectively prepared for their school assignment on various indicators.  These indicators were based on the degree to which the teacher meets the expectations:  Consistent, Frequent, Occasional, or Rare.  Both principals and teachers were asked to reate the teacher's impact on student learning, and to provide comments for informing the institution's continuing improvement efforts toward preparing classroom-ready teachers.

(Note: Reponses are from May 2017 graduates at the undergraduate level and completers of 2016-2017 cohort in the Initial Certification at the Advanced Level of Principals and Teachers during the 2017-2018 school year.)

Indicators PRINCIPAL SURVEY
Consistent/Frequent (Spring 2018 Survey)
TEACHER SURVEY
Consistent/Frequent (Spring 2018 Survey)
1. Student Development 91.7% 96.0%
2. Learning Differences 92.2% 95.0%
3. Learning Environments 92.7% 94.7%
4. Content Knowledge 93.8% 93.3%
5. Application Content 85.5% 90.0%
6. Assessment
92.2% 88.0%
7. Planning for Instruction 90.6% 90.0%
8. Instructional Strategies 92.6% 90.6%
9. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice 92.7% 100%
10. Leadership and Collaboration 84.4% 96.0%
11. Impact on Student Learning and Development 93.8% 100%
12. Professional Dispositions 92.6% 100%
PRINCIPALS    
Based on performance of first year teacher, how would you rate his/her impact on student learning? Highly effective/Moderately effective:  90.6%  
Would you consider this teacher effectively prepared for continuing employment in your district? YES - 100%  
TEACHERS    
Based on your performance as a first year teacher, how would you rate your implact on student learning? High effective/Moderately effective: 92%  
Do you believe you werer prepared to be an effective first year teacher? YES - 96%  

Partnerships

Doane University Teacher Education Division maintains partnerships with surrounding school districts including Crete Public Schools and Lincoln Public Schools.

Graduation Rate

May 2018 Graduates at the Initial Level:  78%

May 2017 Graduates at the Initial Level:  67%

Default Loan Rate

2016-2017 school year (Doane College of Education completers):  0%

Applications Approval

The application for Specific Programs of Teacher Preparation (NDE 20-004) was approved by the State Board of Education in 2017 and 2018.  Click on the links to see approval letters:  NDE Approved Endorsement Programs_Sept 2017 and NDE Approved Endorsement Programs_Sept 2018.

Teacher Preparation Programs in Nebraska - Colleges and Universities 2018-2019