Post-Graduation Data

Each year the School of Education & Human Development surveys its recent graduates and the employers of these graduates. Information regarding the 2015-2016 graduates is found below.

Alumni feedback

More than 80 percent of alumni in the 2015-2016 cohort report that as a graduate of the Malone Teacher Education Program, they felt either adequately or very well prepared to:

  1. Inform educational practice with a worldview based on integrity, compassion, and service.
  2. Apply sound principles of teaching, learning, and advocacy.
  3. Demonstrate competence in the process of planning developmentally appropriate educational experiences.
  4. Exhibit effective techniques which promote learning for all students regardless of race, culture, gender, creed, or ability.
  5. Use organizational and behavioral management strategies that create an educational environment conducive to effective learning and growth.
  6. Display professionalism and take ownership of professional growth.

Alumni Survey

2015–2016 Data (19.67% return rate, n=12)

Employer Feedback

Employers who hired Malone University graduates from 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 indicate that these teachers meet or exceed expectations in these areas:

  1. Inform educational practice with a worldview based on integrity, compassion, and service.
  2. Have mastery of the content they are teaching.
  3. Display professionalism.
  4. Demonstrate a commitment to insure others' needs are met without expectation of personal gain.
  5. Demonstrate a commitment to address the needs of all students in a caring, nondiscriminatory, and equitable manner.
  6. Demonstrate a commitment to providing appropriate educational opportunities regardless of students' socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity, abilities, or exceptional learning needs.

One employer commented: "Malone graduates have a strong grasp on recent trends in education."

Employer Survey

2014–2015 Data (13.33 percent return rate, n=2)

2015-2016 (9.09 percent return rate, n=1)