What percentage of educator preparation program graduates came from alternative preparation programs<br> in the year the data were last reported (2016-17)?

What percentage of educator preparation program graduates came from alternative preparation programs
in the year the data were last reported (2016-17)?

October 2019


Additional Information: For definitions and additional information about traditional and alternative preparation programs, see here.

Data Source and Key: State educator preparation program completion data were retrieved on 8/7/2019 from the U.S. Department of Education Title II Reports “completers, by state, by program type” dataset available here.
  • IHE: Institution of higher education
  • Graduates not captured by the “% total” came from traditional preparation programs. 

What percentage of educator preparation program graduates came from alternative preparation programs in the year the data were last reported (2016-17)? Citations
Alabama 22% total (18% IHE-based; 4% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
Data Tools: Completers, by state, by program type
Alaska None of the 2016-17 EPP graduates came from alternate route programs. US Department of Education Title II Reports
Data Tools: Completers, by state, by program type
Arizona 9% total (8.7% IHE-based; 0.3% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Arkansas 28% total (18% IHE-based; 10% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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California 25% total (22% IHE-based; 3% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Colorado 31% total (14% IHE-based; 17% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Connecticut 13% total (2% IHE-based; 11% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Delaware 17% total (14% IHE-based; 3% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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District of Columbia 70% total (45% IHE-based; 25% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Florida 32% total (32% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Georgia 14% total (0% IHE-based; 14% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Hawaii 55% total (35% IHE-based; 20% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Idaho 35% total (1% IHE-based; 34% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Illinois 3% total (3% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Indiana 24% total (24% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Iowa 2% total (2% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Kansas 6% total (6% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Kentucky 13% total (12% IHE-based; 1% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Louisiana 59% total (22% IHE-based; 37% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Maine 20% total (0% IHE-based; 20% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Maryland 13% total (0% IHE-based; 13% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Massachusetts 6% total (0% IHE-based; 6% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Michigan 2% total (1.6% IHE-based; 0.4% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Minnesota 15% total (15% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Mississippi 41% total (28% IHE-based; 13% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Missouri 18% total (5% IHE-based; 13% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Montana 6% total (6% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Nebraska 3% total (3% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Nevada 28% total (24% IHE-based; 4% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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New Hampshire 7% total (0% IHE-based; 7% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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New Jersey 26% total (24% IHE-based; 2% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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New Mexico 44% total (44% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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New York 12% total (12% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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North Carolina 29% total (12% IHE-based; 17% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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North Dakota None of the 2016-17 EPP graduates came from alternate route programs. US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Ohio None of the 2016-17 EPP graduates came from alternate route programs. US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Oklahoma 23% total (0% IHE-based; 23% not IHE-based)

 
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The Office of Educational Quality and Accountability provided updates to the completion totals for AY 2016-17, which did not previously reflect alternative preparation program completers.
Oregon None of the 2016-17 EPP graduates came from alternate route programs. US Department of Education Title II Reports
Data Tools: Completers, by state, by program type
Pennsylvania 5% total (3% IHE-based; 2% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Rhode Island 5% total (0% IHE-based; 5% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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South Carolina 14% total (0% IHE-based; 14% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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South Dakota 8% total (0% IHE-based; 8% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Tennessee 21% total (17% IHE-based; 4% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Texas 58% total (4% IHE-based; 54% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Utah 9% total (2% IHE-based; 7% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Vermont 24% total (13% IHE-based; 11% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Virginia 12% total (7% IHE-based; 5% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Washington 10% total (10% IHE-based; 0% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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West Virginia 1% total (0% IHE-based; 1% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Wisconsin 6% total (0% IHE-based; 6% not IHE-based) US Department of Education Title II Reports
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Wyoming None of the 2016-17 EPP graduates came from alternate route programs. US Department of Education Title II Reports
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