These resources help CSU campuses deepen their ability to apply data and improve educator preparation programs.
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Thursday, February 1, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM or Wednesday, February, 7 from 12:30 PM- 1:30 PM
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A handy resource sheet that provides quick answers to the most common questions we receive about the EdQ DataView Program Perceptions dashboard.
A resource guide designed to assist you in navigating your way through the EdQ DataView Program Perceptions dashboard.
A resource that offers useful information about the EdQ Program Perceptions dashboard.
CSU educator preparation programs are expressing a growing need for timely data to inform their continuous improvement efforts. Learn more about our Educator Preparation Data System.
Stakeholders from 23 CSU campuses and the CSU Chancellor's office participated in a survey to help us understand their priorities for data and data uses.
A resource describing the item content of all three surveys reported on the Program Perceptions Dashboard: Program Completers; Year One Teachers; and Employers of Year One Teachers.
A guide to help you identify your Campus Dashboard Coordinator.
A step-by-step guide designed to help you launch the EdQ DataView dashboard with ease.
The links below are for CSU Staff and Employees, authentication is required.
A guided 20-minute introductory tour of all areas of the Program Perceptions dashboard.
A short 6-minute tutorial on how to export data points of interest within the EdQ DataView Program Perceptions dashboard.
A short 6-minute tutorial on how to locate key survey items of interest within the EdQ DataView Program Perceptions dashboard.
The California State University prepares more of California’s P-12 teachers than all other institutions combined—and nearly 8 percent of the nation’s teachers. In preparing educators, CSU is a leader in the state and nation in the quality of its programs, the focus on diversity, and the emphasis on K-12 partnerships.
The Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) hosts publically-facing dashboards containing statewide data, including the location and characteristics of institutions and programs that provide credentials, the number of credentials issued statewide, and summary information on statewide teacher assignments.