N.M. Code R. § 6.65.3.10 - EDUCATOR ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT

Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 7, April 5, 2022

A. Each EPP's annual EAR shall include the following information on teacher and administrator education candidates and indicators of program success:
(1) the standards for entering and exiting the program;
(2) the number of hours required for clinical experience, including student teaching and administrator internship;
(3) the schools and school districts in which candidates completed their clinical experience;
(4) the number and percentage of candidates needing developmental course work upon entering the program;
(5) the number and percentage of completers for each program;
(6) the number and types of degrees received by completers;
(7) the number and percentage of completers who pass the New Mexico teacher or administrator assessments for initial licensure on the first attempt;
(8) a description of each program's placement practices;
(9) the number and percentage of completers hired by New Mexico school districts; and
(10) the demographics of an EPP's candidates and completers.
B. The EAR shall include an evaluation plan that includes high performance objectives. The plan shall include objectives and measures for increasing the following:
(1) student achievement for all students, including indigenous students, students with disabilities, bilingual students, and English language learners;
(2) teacher and administrator retention, particularly in the first three years of a teacher's or administrator's career;
(3) the percentage of candidates who pass the New Mexico teacher assessments for initial licensure on the first attempt;
(4) the percentage of secondary school classes taught in core academic subject areas by teachers who demonstrate by means of rigorous content area assessments a high level of subject area mastery and a thorough knowledge of the state's academic content and performance standards;
(5) the percentage of elementary school classes taught by teachers who demonstrate by means of a high level of performance in core academic subject areas their mastery of the state academic content and performance standards, including those that address cultural and linguistic awareness;
(6) the number of teachers trained in math, science, and technology;
(7) the number of teachers trained in special education;
(8) the number of teachers teaching in low socioeconomic schools; and
(9) the number of teachers retained in teaching in New Mexico;
(10) the number of teachers in bilingual and English as a second language.
C. EPPs shall administer a completer survey within six months of completion that measures the completer's perception of their own readiness and individual effectiveness in the classroom.
D. EPPs shall initiate all necessary data requests to fill EAR requirements and shall be responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data.

Notes

N.M. Code R. § 6.65.3.10
Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXX, Issue 20, October 29, 2019, eff. 10/29/2019, Amended by New Mexico Register, Volume XXXII, Issue 11, June 8, 2021, eff. 6/8/2021

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