Using self-reported data, 70 percent of the teacher education graduates in the class of 2010 are employed full-time in their chosen field.
Half to two-thirds of alumni in the 2010-2011 cohort report that their teacher education program at Malone University exceeded expectations in preparing them to:
- Apply sound principles of teaching, learning, and advocacy
- Demonstrate a commitment to apply all relevant knowledge, skills, dispositions, experiences and resources in order to provide the very best learning experience for all students
- Demonstrate a commitment to providing appropriate educational opportunities regardless of students' socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity, abilities or exceptional learning needs
- Demonstrate a commitment to address the needs of all students in a caring, non-discriminatory, and equitable manner
Two-thirds of the employers who hired Malone University graduates from 2010-2011 indicate that these teachers demonstrate a commitment to address the needs of all students in a caring, nondiscriminatory, and equitable manner. Strengths of these graduates include:
- Awareness of current demands and requirements of state and nation
- Christian character
- A strong work ethic
One employer commented: "We hire many Malone graduates and are very pleased with their abilities and training"