Submitted Fall, 2003
(Objectives 2, 3, 4, 5)
All master level candidates in Educational Administration were given a written comprehensive assessment of standards based on the principal and or building level learning objectives in the form of case scenarios. All faculty members were involved in the development of the assessment that required the candidate to apply knowledge and skills to specific problems of practice. On a rotating basis, all faculty members are involved with the assessment of the comprehensive assessment of the standards to determine the candidate's mastery of the standards and his/her ability to apply that knowledge to a practical situation. Results on the Comprehensive Assessment of Standards were collected and analyzed to evaluate overall program effectiveness. All students were rated as capable or higher on the rubric.
The findings indicate that our department goals and objectives are being met by our department offerings.