Program Completer GACE Scores

GACE Scores

Program

2011-2012

2012-2013*

2013-2014**

Early Childhood Education

76%    (n=72)

93%    (n=48)

93%    (n=43)

Middle Grades Language Arts

83%    (n=6)

--

100%  (n=5)

Middle Grades Mathematics

78%    (n=9)

--

100%  (n=7)

Middle Grades Science

100%  (n=1)

--

100%   (n=4)

Middle Grades Social Science

90%    (n=10)

100%  (n=10)

100%  (n=5)

English

100%  (n=1)

--

67%    (n=3)

Mathematics

75%    (n=4)

--

100%  (n=1)

History

100%  (n=4)

--

100%  (n=5)

Special Education General Curriculum

100%  (n=11)

100%  (n=11)

100%  (n=10)

Music

100%  (n=2)

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--

Health and Physical Education

86%    (n=7)

--

100%  (n=1)

 

 

 

 

School of Education

82%

96%    (n=69)

95%   

* The Title II program completer report for the 2012-2013 academic year is still in progress. As such, we are unable to present data for programs with less than 10 completers for the 2012-2013 academic year. 

GACE Scores for 2013-2014**

Program

Percentage of Candidates Passing at the Induction Level

Percentage of Candidates Passing at the Professional Level

Overall Pass Rate

Early Childhood Education

40%

60%

93%    (n=43)

Middle Grades Education

60%

40%

100%  (n=10)

English

--

100%

67%    (n=3)

Mathematics

--

100%

100%  (n=1)

History

50%

50%

100%  (n=5)

Special Education General Curriculum

40%

60%

100%  (n=10)

Music

--

--

--

Health and Physical Education

--

100%

100%  (n=1)

 

 

 

 

School of Education

40%

60%

95%   

**This data is not official. We are still completing the 2013-2014 academic year. We have candidates who are finishing their programs and who have not taken the exam; therefore, this data is organic and subject to change.

** The state of Georgia is transitioning to a two-tier pass rate for the GACE. One tier is passing at the induction level and the other tier is passing at the professional level. The percentage pass rates listed in the chart above represent only the candidates who have taken the exam under this new system (after October 2013). The pass rate figure represents the percentage of the total number of candidates who have taken and passed the exam not just those who have taken the exam under the two-tier pass rate system. Candidates who have not yet taken the exam are not included in this numbers.