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The School of Education is proud of all our teacher candidates in the Undergraduate program and the Post-baccalaureate program. A recent survey of alumni note that 97% of the Undergraduate felt prepared to be effective in their teaching role and 100% of the Graduate students felt prepared to perform their new school roles. The employers of our graduates also noted that their hired staff members from Caldwell were prepared!

A little more than half of the alumni were in one of the bachelor’s in education programs and a little less than half were in of the Post-baccalaureate program. Specifically, 29% (10 out of 34) were in the bachelor’s in Elementary Education program and 27% (9 out of 34) were in the bachelor’s in Secondary Education. Furthermore, 32% (11 out of 34) were in the Post-baccalaureate Elementary Education program and 12% (4 out of 34) were in the Post-baccalaureate Secondary Education program.

There was a range of 94% – 100% for each survey questions that the alumni agreed and or strongly agreed that they felt they were prepared to be effective teachers.

Some of the personal comments include:
The Education program has prepared me to be an effective teacher in my school.
• The Education program has prepared me to develop and maintain effective classroom instruction.
• I learned to teach with integrity, fairness and in an ethical manner in the Education program.
• I know how my school’s curriculum & program of instruction support student learning.
• The Education program has prepared me to consider the larger socio-cultural context in which my classroom functions.

A recent report from the New Jersey Department of Education notes that 91% of Caldwell’s recent graduates demonstrate Effective or Highly Effective Summative Scores on their Teacher Evaluations. These scores are derived using multiple measures of the achievement of their students and their teacher practice. Administrators of our recent alums evaluated their Teacher Practice scores as 93.4% Effective or Highly Effective. To read the details of the report, CLICK HERE.

 

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Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) is a nonprofit organization that accredits undergraduate and graduate professional education programs in order to assure the public about the quality of college and university programs.

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5-Year Combined B.A./M.A. Program
The purpose of this program is to allow students to complete their course of study over a 5-year period. At the end of that 5-year period they will leave Caldwell University with a B.A. in their chosen major (e.g. Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics); a K-12 Teaching Certificate in their major; and an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction. (Must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA to remain in this program)

  • Do you have photos of your Field Placement Experience? You could be featured on our Education Division Slide Show which runs on a continuous loop on the 2nd floor of Werner Hall! Just E-mail your photos to AMcGowan@Caldwell.edu and you may see yourself on a page of our digital photo album!

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Dr. Joan Moriarty
Interim Associate Dean
973-618-3394
JMoriarty@caldwell.edu

Mrs. Gloria Friedman
Field Placement Coordinator
973-618-3551
GFriedman@caldwell.edu

Mrs. Debbie Giordano
Administrative Assistant
973-618-3407
DGiordano@caldwell.edu

Ms. Audrey McGowan
Administrative Assistant
973-618-3523
AMcGowan@caldwell.edu