Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus

Measure 3:

Candidate Competency at Program Completion


Ability of completers to meet licensing and any additional state standards

Certification Exam Pass Rates - Test Taker best attempt (rates provided by OEQA)


Exam

Year

N

Cameron Pass Rate

State

Pass Rate

Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET)^

20-21

63

73%

75.4%


19-20

43

69.8%

79.8%


18-19

39

71.4%

79.1%

Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT)





Early Childhood Education

20-21

26

80.8%

57.1%


19-20

14

50%

67.6%


18-19

16

68.8%

51.7%

Elementary Subtest 1

20-21

27

92.6%

83.3%


19-20

24

95.8%

93.1%


18-19

37

94.6%

85.1%

Elementary Subtest 2

20-21

27

92.6%

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19-20

21

90.5%

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18-19   

41

85.4%

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English

20-21

5

80%

64.6%


19-20

4

100%

68.8%


18-19

2

100%

61.2%

Music – Instrumental

20-21

0

-

-


19-20

1

100%

90.2%


18-19

0

-

-

Music – Vocal

20-21

2

0%

48.5%


19-20

0

-

-


18-19

1

0%

62.7%

US History/OK History/Govt/Econ

20-21

4

100%

76.6%


19-20

5

60%

85.7%


18-19

11

90.9%

76.5%

Special Education (Mild/Moderate Disabilities)

20-21

2

100%

75.2%


19-20

0

-

-


18-19

0

-

-

Elementary Principal*

20-21

16

62.5%

64.5%


19-20

9

33%

69%


18-19

4

50%

62.4%

Secondary Principal*

20-21

9

33%

61.6%


19-20

10

50%

62.7%


18-19

8

37.5%

62.1%

Reading Specialist*

20-21

1

100%

93.8%


19-20

1

100%

100%


18-19

2

100%

100%

^Test redesigned with administration beginning 2/2019; pass rate includes both forms

*Advanced programs

Beginning spring 2019, Cameron’s initial candidates moved from demonstrating their professional abilities on a paper/pencil test—the OPTE—to a performance assessment—the Praxis Performance Assessment of Teaching (PPAT). Candidates piloted the PPAT with local scoring in spring 2018 and fall 2018. All candidates have been required to complete the PPAT with national scoring since spring 2019, however, candidates will be able to choose between using those scores or OPTE scores for certification through spring 2021. Through spring 2020, the state passing score for PPAT was 38 out of 60 possible. Beginning fall 2020, the passing score was raised to 40, however a formal review following that change resulted in returning the passing score to 38 beginning spring 2021.

Data are provided for all candidates with disaggregation by program for programs with more than 3 candidates in a given cycle to protect anonymity. Task 1 and Tasks 2, 3, & 4 are completed during different semester therefore N’s are not expected to match. Also, special education is offered as an add-on to early childhood or elementary therefore candidates will count twice in disaggregation by program

PPAT Task 1

Local Scoring using 4-point scale

* indicates programs with 3 or fewer candidates 


20-21


19-20


18-19



N

Mean

N

Mean

N

Mean

All programs

51

3.17

65

3.26

23

3.57

Early Childhood

19

3.16

12

3.24

6

3.5

Elementary

23

3.12

40

3.28

12

3.67

English

*

-

4

3.57

*

-

Music

*

-

*

-

*

-

Social Studies

6

3.36

7

3.03

4

3.25

Special Education

*

-

*

-

*

-

PPAT Total Score (combined Tasks 2, 3 & 4)

National Scoring with 60 points possible

Mean Scores (without resubmissions) & Pass Rate (including resubmissions)


20-21

passing=40



19-20

passing=38



18-19

passing=38




N

Mean

CU Pass

N

Mean

CU Pass

N

Mean

CU Pass

All programs

58

41.0

87.9%

54

43.6

90.7%

19

41.5

80%

Early Childhood

16

45.5

100%

10

44.2

100%

6

42.8

83.3%

Elementary

33

41.1

81.8%

30

45.0

92.9%

9

38.9

55.6%

English

*

-

-

5

47.2

100%

*

-

-

Music

*

-

-

*

-

-

*

-

-

Social Studies

7

28.0

66.7%

8

34.5

50%

*

-

-

Special Education

4

45.5

100%

*

-

-

*

-

-


NOTE: The EPP requires that candidates complete the PPAT, but they could opt to take the OPTE test for certification purposes