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Data Shared with UNC System TPP

The variables in this category include the district and school in which a teacher was employed, the number of pay periods a teacher worked in a given school, the first and last pay periods a teacher worked in a given school, and how much—the full-time equivalency (FTE)—a teacher worked in a given school and across all schools. With such data TPP can know: (1) whether and how quickly their graduates secure teaching jobs in a state’s 6 public schools; (2) whether their graduates were hired after the start of the school year or exited teaching during the middle of the year; (3) the nature of the employment as full or part-time; and (4) which districts and schools hire their graduates and whether their graduates work in close proximity to the TPP. Teacher Characteristics: The variables in this category include a teacher’s level of experience, whether a teacher holds a graduate degree or National Board Certification, the licensure areas a teacher holds and the basis for those teaching licenses (e.g. from an in-state preparation program or a reciprocal license from out-of-state), the tests (e.g. Praxis II Middle School Mathematics, SAT) a teacher has taken and a teacher’s score on those exams, and whether a teacher teaches in a tested-grade/subject. With such data TPP can know: (1) whether and in what areas their graduates have earned additional teaching licenses after graduation; (2) how well their graduates scored on licensure exams linked to their teacher preparation; (3) whether their graduates have secured additional credentials—graduate degrees or National Board Certification—after graduation; and (4) which of their graduates face accountability pressure as a tested-grades/subject teacher.