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Title: Presentation to the Board of Regents College of Education November 30, 2007 Dr. Russ Wall, Dean


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Presentation to the Board of RegentsCollege of
EducationNovember 30, 2007Dr. Russ Wall, Dean
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Mission Statement
  • The Mission of the Murray State University
    College of Education is to provide leadership,
    service, and research at regional, state and
    national levels, and to produce exemplary
    teachers and other human service professionals
    who are prepared to make significant
    contributions in a global and technological
    society.

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College of Education
  • Adolescent, Career and Special Education (ACS)
  • Early Childhood and Elementary Education (ECE)
  • Educational Studies, Leadership and Counseling
    (ELC)
  • Teacher Education Services (TES)
  • Kentucky Academy of Technology
  • Education (KATE)
  • Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)

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Productivity by CIP Code within Department
Degree-Seeking and Non-Degree Undergraduates
Graduates, Fall 2006
Adolescent, Career Special Education (ACS) 540
Early Childhood Elementary Education (ECE) 843
Educational Studies, Leadership Counseling (ELC) 451
Undeclared (EDU) 30
TOTAL 1,864
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TOP 10 Degrees Conferred by Year
Rank Degree Degrees
Baccalaureate Baccalaureate Baccalaureate
1st Elementary Education 175
Masters Masters Masters
2nd Special Education 46
3rd Human Development 42
4th School Administration 40
6th Guidance and Counseling 37
8th Reading 27
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Distribution of Teachers by Regional Teacher
Training Institutions
Distribution of Teachers by Regional Teacher
Training Institutions Data based on
admission reports submitted to the EPSB from
1999-2004. The data set includes data from all
Teacher Preparation Institutions in
Kentucky. Data supplied by EPSB Contact Dr.
Melissa Miracle melissa.miracle_at_ky.gov
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MSU Teachers in Designated Regions
MSU 82
WKU 5.9
KSU 2.2
UL 1.9
UK 1.4
NKU 0.3
EKU 0.2
Morehead 0.2
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Making connections with
  • Twenty-seven (27) school systems in region
  • Four (4) 22 regional sites Henderson,
    Hopkinsville, Madisonville Paducah
  • West Kentucky Educational Cooperative
  • West Kentucky Instructional Improvement Cadre
  • Professional Development Partners
  • KY Educational Professional Standards Board
  • KY State Department of Education
  • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher
    Education
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • Alumni and friends

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How do we make connections?
  • Collaboration in design delivery of programs
  • Field experiences, student teachers, interns,
    etc.
  • Responding to request for information or
    assistance
  • Personal interaction of faculty with public
    school systems
  • Web page
  • e-connections
  • Appreciation letters for gifts
  • Roads Scholars

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Faculty Productivity (2006-2007)
  • Publications (52)
  • Presentations (142)
  • Committees (245)
  • New programs (7)
  • New courses (13)
  • Residential Colleges (21)
  • Roads Scholars (52) Schools (13)
  • Grants (26)
  • Professional Organization Service (48)
  • Honors/Recognitions (25)

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Teacher Education Services
Participation 2006-2007
Fall 2006 Spring 2007 Total
Districts 25 24 29
Schools 108 101 126
Cooperating teachers 756 668 1120
Participation hours 14,391 13,430 27,821
Classes 80 82 162
Instructors 40 34 50
Unduplicated Count
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Teacher Education Services
Fall 2006 Spring 2007
Student Teaching Assignments Student Teaching Assignments Student Teaching Assignments
Districts 20 27
Schools 67 113
Number of Student Teachers 85 246
Other Assignments Other Assignments Other Assignments
KTIP Interns 358 358
KPIP Interns 25 25
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2006-07 Pre-service, Student Teaching and Intern
Placements
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Kentucky Academy of Technology Education (KATE)
  • Support of Kentucky Technology Initiatives
  • Developed web database with over 1500 resources
    tied to KY Core Content
  • Support of Regional Initiatives
  • Fall technology showcase with 800 P-12 students
    on campus
  • Support of College of Education (COE) Initiatives
  • ISTE Distinguished Achievement Award 

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Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)
  • Dual Credit Teacher Education Program
  •  Future Educators Association (FEA)
  •  Faculty Scholars Program
  •  Minority Recruitment
  •  Summer Institute for Teachers
  •  Alternative Certification Program
  •  Grants
  •  Scholarships

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Internationalization
  • International Student Teaching Experience
  • Deans Multicultural Luncheon
  • Global Society Luncheons
  • Courses
  • Higginson Scholarship
  • International Visitors
  • International Travel
  • International Graduate Assistants
  • International Student Workers

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Grants
College of Education Grants
Grants in Collaboration With Other University
Units
College of Education 1,964,599 Collaboration
with Other University Units 2,668,500 TOTAL
4,633,099
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  • Janice,
  • I heard you worked with Brian Collier during
    homecoming last weekend. Isn't he wonderful!
     Heis one of the best things that has ever
    happened toNorth Marshall! I just wish you could
    see himwith his kids! He does some amazing
    things withthem! If Murray State would like to
    see what an FMDunit should truly look like and
    operate,they should come and visit.

Sandra Wiles 6th Grade Math Teacher North
Marshall Middle School
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I just wanted to take a moment to express
my sincere appreciation for the many, wonderful
opportunities afforded me at Murray State from
exemplary teachers and innovative programs, to
authentic and meaningful coursework. I now feel
very well prepared spirit, soul and body to
enter into my future career as a teacher. With
my sincerest gratitude,
Cheryl Polichette Non-traditional
Student Elementary Education Major Student
Teacher, Spring Semester 2007 East Calloway
Elementary School
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