CAEP Accreditation Information

Requirements for the College of Education, Human Performance, and Health

CAEP Accountability Measures (for CHEA requirements)

This page is a public posting of the requirments for the College of Education, Human Performance, and Health's CAEP Accountability Measures. During the annual review of the unit, the reviewers check this data.

The following documents are in PDF format.

Measure 1: Completer effectiveness.
(a). completer impact in contributing to P-12 student-learning growth
(b). completer effectiveness in applying professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions.

Measure 2: Satisfaction of employers and stakeholder involvement.

Measure 3: Candidate competency at completion. 

2019 Title 2 Report
- 2020 Title 2 Report
- 2021 Title 2 Report
- 2022 Title 2 Report

Measure 4: Ability of completers to be hired.

EPP Accreditation Status

Initial programs reviewed in Spring 2018

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • MAT – Visual Impairment
  • Middle Level Education
  • Physical Education
  • Secondary Education - Mathematics
  • Secondary Education – English
  • Secondary Education – Science
  • Secondary Education – Social Studies
  • Secondary Education - Spanish
  • Special Education – Learning Disabilities

Decision

Accredited

Next CAEP review

Spring 2025

Archived: Annual Outcome and Impact Measures

Included here are the archieved annual outcome measures, previously required by CAEP.

The following documents are in PDF format PDF Document Download

Impact Measures:

  1. PK-12 Impact Data 
    2017 Case Study
    2020 Case Study
    - 2021 Case Study

  2. Observations of Teacher Effectiveness
    2016-2017 Report 
    2017-2018 Report
    2018-2019 Report
    - 2019-2020 Report

  3. Employer Satisfaction
    2016-2017 Report
    2017-2018 Report
    2018-2019 Report
    - 2019-2020 Report

  4. Completer Satisfaction 
    2016-2017 Report 
    2017-2018 Report 
    2018-2019 Report
    - 2019-2020 Report

Outcome measures:

  1. Completer graduation rate 
    2013 Title 2 Report
    2014 Title 2 Report
    2015 Title 2 Report
    2016 Title 2 Report
    2017 Title 2 Report
    2018 Title 2 Report
    2019 Title 2 Report
    - 2020 Title 2 Report
    - 2021 Title 2 Report

  2. Licensure rate 
    2013 Title 2 Report 
    2014 Title 2 Report 
    2015 Title 2 Report 
    2016 Title 2 Report 
    2017 Title 2 Report 
    2018 Title 2 Report 
    2019 Title 2 Report
    - 2020 Title 2 Report
    - 2021 Title 2 Report

  3. Employment Rate 
    2016-2017 Report 
    2017-2018 Report 
    2018-2019 Report 
    - 2019-2020 Report

  4. Student loan default rates and other consumer information
    - USC Upstate provides student consumer information here
    - The United States Department of Education releases official cohort default rates once per year. A cohort default rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment on certain Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program or William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program Loans during a particular federal fiscal year (FY), October 1 to September 30, and default or meet other specificed conditions prior to the end of the second following fiscal year. To access USC Upstates' student loan default rates:
    1. Go to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
    2. Find "Search the Cohort Default Rate Database" and select "Go"
    3. In the box labeled school, enter: University of South Carolina Upstate
    4. Click on the University of South Carolina link
    5. View data on Upstate default rates.

These updates ensure our compliance with our accreditor, CAEP.


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