The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) has created the nation’s first ever district-level Teacher Preparation Program Reports
, which analyze the quality, distribution, and retention of new teacher hires graduating from college and university education programs. The first in-depth information of its kind, the data reflect the performance of new teachers from 2008-2012 from the 12 education programs that supplied the most educators to the NYCDOE system over that time. The Department compiled these reports as a first step for the City and university education programs to open a dialogue aimed at developing a long-term strategy to improve preparation for aspiring teachers before they ever step into a NYCDOE classroom.
Click on each school’s report below to look at six measures of teacher performance, retention, and supply of new teacher hires:
View a presentation that examines these measures across all 12 schools of education here
For more information about these reports, read the NYCDOE announcement
. For additional questions about these reports, please write to: TeachNYC@schools.nyc.gov
. Please include “TPPR” in the subject line.