Title II Report
In October 1998, Congress voiced its concern for the quality of teacher preparation by enacting Title II of the Higher Education Act (HEA). Title II authorizes new federal grant programs that support the efforts of states, institutions of higher education, and their school district partners to improve the recruitment, preparation and support of new teachers. Title II also includes new accountability measures in the form of reporting requirements for institutions and states on teacher preparation and licensing.
Higher education institutions began gathering data (from the previous academic year) in 2001, and every year thereafter. Complete information is available in the Wilkes University Education Department Office.
Praxis II exams, PECT exams and utilization of GPA adjustment (as needed).
Certified teachers in the areas of:
- Elementary and Early Childhood Education (PreK-4)
- Five Middle Level Programs:
- Middle Level Math
- Math & Science
- English (ELA)
- Social Studies
- Nine Secondary Programs:
- Earth & Environmental Science
- Political Science
- Special Education: