Employer Satisfaction and Completer Persistence in Profession

 

Employment in Ohio Public Schools: This retention analysis was based on teachers’ inclusion in employment data sets for SY 2016‐2017, 2017‐ 2018, and 2018‐2019. Data in this table reflect the number of educator licenses not the number of educators. Educators may hold more than one valid license.


MU Graduates with License Effective 2015 and Retained in Ohio in School Years 2015‐2019 by License Type, 2015‐2019
License Effective in 2015 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2015-2016 to 2016-2017 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2015-2016 to 2017-2018 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2015‐2016 to 2018‐2019 Total
n % n % n % N
Early Childhood (P-3) 41 95% 38 88% 35 81% 43
Middle Childhood (4-9) 22 92% 18 75% 18 75% 24
Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) 22 96% 21 91% 20 87% 23
Multi Age (P-12) 18 95% 16 84% 15 79% 19
Intervention Specialist 18 82% 17 77% 16 73% 22
Total 121 92% 110 84% 104 79% 131

 

MU Graduates with License Effective 2016 and Retained in Ohio in School Years 2016‐2019 by License Type, 2016‐2019

License Effective in 2016 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2016-2017 to 2017-2018 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2016‐2017 to 2018‐2019 Total
n % n % N
Early Childhood (P-3) 42 91% 37 80% 46
Middle Childhood (4-9) 29 97% 28 93% 30
Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) 28 90% 25 81% 31
Multi Age (P-12) 15 88% 13 76% 17
Intervention Specialist (K-12) 29 100% 28 97% 29
Total 143 93% 131 86% 153

 

MU Graduates with License Effective 2017 and Retained in Ohio in School Years 2017‐2019 by License Type, 2017‐2019

License Effective in 2016 Stayed in Ohio from SY 2017‐2018 to 2018‐ 2019 Total
n % N
Early Childhood (P-3) 41 87% 47
Middle Childhood (4-9) 24 89% 27
Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) 27 93% 29
Multi Age (P-12) 12 92% 13
Intervention Specialist (K-12) 24 100% 24
Total 128 91% 140