ASEP Indicator 5 is the percent of new teachers who indicate that they were sufficiently prepared or well prepared by their Educator Preparation Program, as measured on the teacher satisfaction survey. The data listed below represents the survey administered at the end of the 2018-2019 school year. These surveys were new for the 2018-2019 academic year and were not used for the 2018-2019 ASEP accredication status calculations.
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About The Survey
The teacher survey is administered between the beginning of April and mid-June at the end of the relevant academic year. In the 2018-2019 AY, the survey was delivered using the Qualtrics survey platform. The sample of new teachers is determined using certification data and PEIMS data. This roster is loaded into Qualtrics and an email containing a link to the survey is sent to the teacher. New teachers verify that they are completing their first year of teaching while holding a standard teaching certificate.
Teachers are required to complete all questions in the four required sections of the survey. Additionally, if the teacher indicates that he or she worked with students with disabilities or students who are English language learners, those additional sections are displayed and are required to be completed by the teacher.
Following the close of the teacher survey data collection period, the data is retrieved from Qualtrics, cleaned, processed, de-identified, and posted online. The aggregated and disaggregated results are used as ASEP Accountability Indicator 5. To learn more about the individuals, assessments and calculations included in this dataset, refer to the 2018-2019 ASEP Technical Manual.
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