The Georgetown College Education Department makes extensive use of data as part of its continuous improvement process. The links below provide stakeholders with access to survey data, candidate assessment data, and state reports about our programs. More information is available online at http://www.georgetowncollege.edu/academics/graduate-programs or by phone, 502-863-7986.
Reports marked with an asterisk (*) directly link to information maintained by outside agencies. These reports must be filtered in order to view only Georgetown College data.
The teacher education programs at Georgetown College produce outstanding teachers who make a difference in Kentucky schools and beyond. Many of our students already teach in the area where they reside.
Indicators of Impact and Outcome
The education department regularly surveys students who have completed our programs, and administrators at the schools where they are employed. These surveys provide valuable information about the perceived quality of our programs and the preparedness of our completers.
- Employer Survey [insert Employer Survey Fall 2016.pdf as a hyperlink]
- Completer Survey
- Initial Programs (newly licensed teachers) [insert Completer Survey 5-16 to 12-17 - Initial.pdf as a hyperlink]
- Advanced Programs (certified teachers completing an advanced degree) [insert Completer Survey 5-16 to 12-17 - Advanced.pdf as a hyperlink]
- Average GPA of Program Completers
- Internship Completion Rate*
- Title II Program Completers and Assessment Pass Rates*
- Average Teacher Salaries*
The education programs at Georgetown College are designed to help our students be successful and be able to complete their program in a reasonable timeframe. The undergraduate and graduate reports that follow show the percentage of students who complete their program and the number of semesters to completion.
- Undergraduate Programs (4 years)
- Graduate Programs (18 months – 2 ½ years, depending on the program)
The New Teacher Survey provides information about how completers and key school personnel perceive the quality of the programs offered by Georgetown College’s Education Department. It includes the perceptions of student teachers, program completers, principals, resource teachers, and cooperating teachers.
Georgetown College’s online programs in graduate education continue to be ranked among the best in America. The 2018 U.S. News and World Report “Best Online Graduate Education Programs” ranks Georgetown College’s graduate education online programs at Number 101 out of 309 institutions evaluated. Georgetown College is one of only five Kentucky colleges and universities included among the top 100 nationally. It is one of only two private institutions in the Commonwealth among the top 100.
Data considered in the U.S. News evaluation include student engagement (35%), student services and technology (20%), faculty credential and training (15%), peer reputation (15%), and admissions selectivity (15%).
The Education Department offers programs for certified teachers and for students who do not yet have a teaching license. The Teacher Preparation Feedback Report (linked below) is produced by the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics and is updated annually. It provides completion, employment, and retention information for first-time teachers employed in public schools in Kentucky. These teachers comprise about one-quarter of the students who complete programs in Georgetown College’s education department. It does not include previously certified teachers who enrolled at Georgetown College to pursue advanced education.