Enrollment for Fall 2017 is 1375 students.
We launch the future through the discovery and development of human potential. The College of Education is proud of our history and achievements. Here we share some of our points of pride for our undergraduate teaching majors.
Early Career Award
The College of Education is top-notch and its students are very well-prepared. Purdue expands the minds of its students and expands their opportunities.”
The College of Education is the hub of teacher education programs at Purdue, providing instruction on teaching methods and overseeing all clinical experiences and licensure. Five partner colleges provide content expertise in subjects including math, English education and the sciences. Here are our points of pride for all teacher education majors.
95% of hiring principals believe our graduates are well-prepared to:
90% of hiring principals believe our graduates are well-prepared to:
96% percent of teachers with 1-3 years of experience achieved “highly effective” or “effective” rating
98% of our teacher education graduates:
95% of our teacher education graduates believe they are well-prepared to:
*Includes both admitted candidates and program completers in any program leading to initial instructional licensure (traditional undergraduate, Transition to Teaching, etc.)
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The cohort default rate is the percentage of borrowers who enter repayment in a fiscal year and default by the end of the second fiscal year. The Department of Education issues default rates according to the fiscal year that borrowers entered repayment. For example, the fiscal year 2014 3-year default rate is based on students who entered repayment between Oct. 1, 2013 and September 30, 2014 and defaulted before September 30, 2016. The results are then published the next September (September, 2017).
Purdue’s most recent cohort default rate: 2.5%
Amount of defaulters that did not graduate from Purdue: 70%
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Purdue University is in compliance with Title II reporting requirements.
Title II Section 207 of the Higher Education Act (HEA) requires states, as recipients of HEA funds, and all institutions with teacher preparation programs that enroll students receiving federal financial assistance, to prepare annual reports on teacher preparation and licensing. Visit this page for complete details of Purdue University’s report.
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