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Title: Annual BEAP Report February 24, 2011


1
Annual BEAP ReportFebruary 24, 2011
  • 28th Annual BPD Conference
  • Cincinnati, Ohio

2
BEAP Team
  • Tobi DeLong HamiltonUniversity of Nebraska at
    Kearneyhamiltont2_at_unk.eduRoy (Butch)
    RodenhiserBoise State UniversityRoyRodenhiser_at_bo
    isestate.eduMarshall Smithdocsmith_at_umich.edu
  • Erin Gerdes
  • Graduate Student Colorado State University
  • Vicky BuchanColorado State UniversityBuchan_at_cah
    s.Colostate.eduBrian ChristensonLewis-Clark
    State Collegeblchristenson_at_lcsc.eduhttp//www.lc
    sc.edu/bchristensonRuth Gerritsen-McKaneUnivers
    ity of Utahruth.gerritsen-mckane_at_socwk.utah.edu

3
To Access BEAP
  • http//beap.utah.edu/
  • Or
  • http//www.bpdonline.org
  • Resource Center
  • BEAP
  • Resource Center
  • Accreditation Resources

4
Foundation Curriculum Assessment Instrument
5
Purpose of the FCAI
  1. Provides Pre/Post test in seven major curricular
    areas of a BSW program
  2. Provides a direct measure to assist programs with
    evaluation of their curriculum
  3. Assists with identification of curricular areas
    that may need attention
  4. Provides national comparative data

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Curricular Components
Curriculum Area Number of Questions
Practice 13
Human Behavior Social Environment 10
Policy 9
Research 9
Ethics and values 8
Diversity 8
Social and Economic Justice 7
7
Sample HBSE Question
  • The concept person-in-environment includes
    which of the following
  • Clients are influenced by their environment
  • Clients influence their environment
  • Behavior is understood in the context of ones
    environment
  • All of the above

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Sample Practice Question
  • Determining progress toward goal achievement is
    one facet of the _____ stage.
  • a. Engagement
  • b. Evaluation
  • c. Assessment
  • d. Planning

9
Testing History 2006-2010
  • Version 3 1 Test 65 ?s n 305
  • Version 4 1 test 55 ?s n 381
  • Version 5 1 test 82 ?s n 286
  • Version 6 1 test 74 ?s n 36
  • Version 7 1 test 72 ?s n 318
  • Version 8 1 test 64 ?s n2231
  • TOTAL 3557

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Reliability Testing
  • Version 8
  • Tested in two junior practice classes
  • Students tested twice, 2 weeks apart
  • Pearsons correlation coefficient
  • r .86
  • a

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Item difficulty index
  • Overall difficulty or average should be around .5
    (Cohen Swerdlik, 2005)
  • FCAI .523 (n415)
  • This is a very good difficulty level for the
    test.
  • Not likely to misrepresent the knowledge level
    of test takers.

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Expansion beyond BSW
  • Based upon CSWE assertions related to educational
    levels in social work education, we expanded
    testing to three additional groups
  • MSW foundation students
  • entering
  • exiting
  • Advanced standing students
  • entering

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Mean Scores by Educational Level Version 8
Program level N Mean Score Std Dev Min Max
BSW entering 808 31.33 7.59 10 57
BSW exiting 719 39.77 7.71 9 58
MSW F entering 302 37.25 7.38 16 54
MSW F exiting 274 41.88 7.91 11 59
Advanced Standing entering 128 41.75 6.02 25 55
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Pre/post test for differenceBSW MSW Foundation
Groups by pre/post scores Mean Pre test Score Mean Post test score SD t-value Sig.
BSW ENTERING/BSW EXITING 31.33 39.77 7.7 21.51 .000
MSW F ENTERING/MSW F EXITING 37.21 41.88 3.4 7.32 .000
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Tests of Difference by Educational Level
Groups by Educational level Mean MSW Exit Score Mean BSW Exit Score SD t-value Sig/P-value
41.88 39.77 1.0 3.78 .000
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Tests of Difference by Educational Level
Groups by Educ. Level BSW exiting Advanced Standing S D t-value Sig.
39.77 41.75 .57 2.76 .006
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Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
BSW Entering BSW Exiting t-test p-value
808 719
Total Score (64) 31.33 39.77 21.51 .000
Practice (13) 6.75 9.24 22.75 .000
HBSE (10) 5.65 6.51 9.66 .000
Policy (9) 3.66 4.64 10.98 .000
Research (9) 3.41 4.66 14.22 .000
Ethics (8) 4.09 5.40 16.99 .000
Diversity (8) 3.90 4.64 9.05 .000
Social Econ Justice (7) 3.86 4.67 9.91 .000
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Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
MSW Entering MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 302 274
Total Score (64) 37.25 41.88 7.32 .000
Practice (13) 8.46 9.59 6.81 .000
HBSE (10) 6.13 6.81 4.83 .000
Policy (9) 4.36 5.20 5.45 .000
Research (9) 4.50 5.31 5.27 .000
Ethics (8) 4.68 5.23 5.20 .000
Diversity (8) 4.69 4.60 0.58 .564
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.45 5.14 5.25 .000
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Domain Comparisons-Version 8 Overall
BSW Exiting Advanced Standing t-test p-value
N 646 128
Total Score (64) 40.79 41.75 2.76 .006
Practice (13) 9.57 9.80 2.70 .007
HBSE (10) 6.58 6.62 0.71 .477
Policy (9) 4.78 4.92 1.68 .095
Research (9) 4.82 4.73 0.41 .684
Ethics (8) 5.52 5.62 1.74 .084
Diversity (8) 4.73 5.02 2.57 .011
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.79 5.05 2.71 .007
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Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
BSW Exiting MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 646 274
Total Score (64) 40.79 41.88 3.78 .000
Practice (13) 9.57 9.59 2.40 .017
HBSE (10) 6.58 6.81 2.49 .013
Policy (9) 4.78 5.20 4.29 .000
Research (9) 4.82 5.31 5.03 .000
Ethics (8) 5.52 5.23 1.79 .074
Diversity (8) 4.73 4.60 0.37 .709
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.79 5.14 4.24 .000
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Foundation Curriculum Assessment Instrument
(FCAI)Program Name Students are Entering BSW
Program ______ Exiting BSW Program _______
  • Month ____, Year ____, Semester ____
  • Program Cumulative Scores Compared with all
    Student Scores

N Score Range SD t-test Value p
Program
National
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II. Program Section Scores Compared with all
FCAI Section
Curricular Area Program M Program SD National M Program SD t-test value p
Practice
HBSE
Policy
Research
Ethics Values
Diversity
Social Econ Justice
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III. Program BSW Student Scores by Individual
Curricular Area
Curricular Area Question Suggested Competency Cumulative Correct Mean ( correct for question)
Practice Practice Practice Practice
Question 1 2.1.1C
Question 2 2.1.10A
Question 3 2.1.3A, 2.1.9A, 2.1.10A, D
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  • Field Practicum/Placement Assessment Instrument
  • (FPPAI)

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Need for Field Evaluation
  • In response to evaluate social work program
    outcomes related to the 2008 EPAS competencies
    and practice behaviors
  • The need for a field/practicum assessment that
    measures competencies related to practice
    behaviors

26
FPPAI Piloting Phases
  • Initial Piloting was conducted May 2008
  • Second Piloting was conducted in Fall 2008
    /Spring 2009
  • Third Piloting phase was conducted Fall 2009
  • Full implementation Fall 2010

27
Assessment Methodology
  • 55 Likert Scale questions measuring practice
    behaviors linked to the EPAS 2008 competencies.
  • Qualitative feedback form for each domain
    available for program use.
  • Will be available online and in print format.
  • Individual program outcomes report with national
    comparisons.
  • Individual program outcomes report with national
    comparisons for EPAS 2008 Competencies Practice
    Behaviors
  • Can be used as a final field assessment and
    mid-test/post test design.
  • MSW pilot in the planning stages.

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FPPAI Scale
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BEAP EPAS 2008
Educational Policy
2.1.1Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly
Practice Behavior
use supervision and consultation
Measures
BEAP-Exit
BEAP-FPPAI
BEAP-Employer
BEAP-Graduate
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FPPAI Reporting and EPAS 2008 Overview Click on
the screen to see the video.
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Call for Foundation Year MSW Participation
  • If your program is interested in being a part of
    the national MSW Foundation Online pilot,
    please access the FPPAI website
  • http//www.lcsc/bchristenson/fpai.htm
  • Dr. Brian Christenson
  • blchristenson_at_lcsc.edu
  • Dr. Ruth Gerritsen-McKane
  • Ruth.Gerritsen-McKane_at_socwk.utah.edu

32
http//beap.socwk.utah.edu/
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What BEAP can do for your program
  • Student demographics
  • Assessment on Knowledge, Skills, Values
  • Employment information
  • Advising feedback
  • Professional development of students alumni/ae
  • Peer comparison by region, program type, auspice
    nationally
  • and more

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BEAP Instruments EPAS Competencies/Practice
Behaviors The Matrix
35
BEAP EPAS 2008
2.1.6Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research. Use practice experience to inform scientific inquiry B. Use research evidence to inform practice Graduate C19, 20, 21 E4 Exit D20 D19 Employer Q14 FCAI 31-39 FPPAI 23,36,37,38 23,36,37,38
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BEAP InstrumentsNational Overview of Data 2010
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Sample vs. Population Program Type
2000-2007 Entrance 2000-2007 Entrance 2008 Entrance 2008 Entrance 2009 Entrance 2009 Entrance 2010 Entrance 2010 Entrance Overall
Program Type N N N N BEAP
BSW Only 845 81.5 60 73.9 83 86.6 70.3
Combined Programs 192 18.5 10 26.1 17 13.4 29.7
Total 1037 100 70 100 100 100 100
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Sample Profile Overview of all Respondents
2000-2007 Respondents 2008 Respondents 2009 Respondents 2010 Respondents Overall Respondents
Entrance 28,296 2,287 524 1,374 32,481
Exit 16,850 2,157 761 623 20,391
Alumni 4,916 337 192 101 5,546
Employer 1,794 118 51 40 2,003
Totals 51,856 4,899 1,528 2,138 60,421
Note SWVI no longer reported
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Sample Profile Response Rates
Instrument 2000-2007 Average 2008 Average 2009 Average 2010 Average Overall Average
Entrance 96.01 96.10 91.42 97.72 96.02
Exit 93.62 94.01 91.98 96.60 93.69
Alumni 45.21 45.06 36.39 31.91 44.65
Employer 30.45 31.40 24.40 10.00 29.94
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Auspices of College or University(2010
Entrance)
Auspice Program Percentage Student Percentage
Public (schools) 85.2
Private Denominational (schools) 9.1
Private Non-Denominational (schools) 5.7
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Ethnicity at Entrance
Ethnicity 2000-2007 N 28,296 2008 N 2,287 2009 N 524 2010 N 1,374 Overall N 32,481
European/ Caucasian 66.5 66.9 57.1 59.8 66.1
African/Black 18.0 16.5 25.2 19.6 18.1
Native American 9.7 8.7 5.9 5.5 9.4
Other 3.7 3.8 2.7 5.1 3.8
Other Hispanic 4.0 4.0 6.5 4.9 4.1
Asian/Pacific Islander 3.4 3.9 2.9 2.9 3.4
Chicano/Mexican 3.0 3.5 4.6 4.0 3.1
Puerto Rican 1.6 1.6 3.6 2.3 1.7
Note Percentages equal more than 100 due to
multiple self-reported ethnicities.
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Financial Aid at Entrance- 2000-2009
Aid Source 2000-2007 N 28,296 2008 N 2,287 2009 N 524 Overall N 31,107
Self Work/Savings 78.6 81.0 75.0 78.7
Loan 77.5 81.0 89.7 77.9
Grant 75.7 72.4 82.0 75.6
Family Assistance 44.1 41.1 39.5 43.8
Includes Federal and State only.
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2010 Financial Aid at Entrance
Aid Source 2010 N 1,374
College or University Funds 55.2
Loan 76.1
Grant 82.6
Private Organization Funds 30.0
Includes Federal and State only.
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Plan to be Employed During BSW Education
(Reported at Entrance)
2000-2007 N 28,296 2008 N 2,287 2009 N 524 2010 N 1,374 Overall N 32,481
Plan to be Employed 80.9 80.5 73.7 81.2 80.6
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Future Educational Plans-Exit
Educational Plans 2000-2007 N 16,850 2008 N 2,157 2009 N 761 2010 N 623 Overall N 20,391
Have Future Educational Plans 85.8 84.6 86.5 82.5 85.6
MSW 78.6 79.4 80.7 79.3 78.8
Other MA 11.7 11.3 12.6 12.7 11.7
Other BA 3.0 2.9 3.0 2.6 3.0
Note Percentages equal more than 100 due to
multiple self-reported future educational plans.
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KSV- Exit
Mean Score 2000-2007 2008 2009 2010 Overall
Knowledge 7.38 7.38 7.25 7.15 7.37
Skills 7.46 7.48 7.31 7.34 7.45
Values 8.71 8.73 8.56 8.26 8.69
2010 Likert scale changed from 0-10 to 1-9
(Scale of 0-10)
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Exit Advising Scores
2000-2007 N 16,850 2008 N 2,157 2009 N 761 2010 N 623 Overall Average N 20,391
Course selection/ curriculum planning 6.98 6.95 6.71 6.93 6.97
Professional advising 6.83 6.85 6.44 6.39 6.80
Career planning 6.29 6.29 5.94 5.85 6.27
2010 Likert scale changed from 0-10 to 1-9
(Scale of 0-10)
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2010 Advising Scored by Auspice- Exit
Course Selection and Curriculum Planning Planning for Further Education Professional Advising
Private Denominational College or University ( Schools) 8.12 7.51 7.19
Private-Non Denominational College or University ( Schools) 6.22 6.07 5.38
Public College or University ( Schools) 6.61 6.03 5.43
(Scale of 1-9)
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2010 Advising Scores by Program Type-Exit
Course Selection and Curriculum Planning Planning for Further Education Professional Advising
BSW Only ( Programs) 7.19 6.67 6.15
Combined Programs ( Programs) 6.50 5.91 5.34
N 568 t- test p .000
(Scale of 1-9)
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Current Employment Information Primary
Function- Exit
Primary Function 2000-2005 n3536 2006 n688 2007 n731 2008 n563 Overall n5857
Generalist Practice 39.2 38.2 35.3 38.7 38.5
Direct Practice with Individuals, Families, or Groups 25.0 25.7 26.1 25.8 25.0
Training 10.8 11.3 12.2 11.7 11.3
Administration 8.5 7.3 8.3 7.1 8.3
Other Functions 5.0 4.5 6.4 6.2 5.3
n number reporting
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Current Employment InformationPrimary
Functions-Exit
Primary Function 2000-2009 n6,279 2010 n 623
Administration/Management 8.3 4.3
Direct Practice with Individuals, Families, or Groups 25.0 37.3
Practice with Communities -- 4.5
Practice with Organizations -- 6.1
Policy Analysis/Practice -- 2.6
Research Evaluation -- 2.6
Supervision -- 5.3
Teaching/Training 11.3 6.3
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Current Employment Information Primary Role- Exit
Primary Function 2010 n 623
Case Manager 9.8
Advocate 8.5
Counselor 6.0
Teacher/Educator/Coach 5.6
Enabler/Facilitator 5.3
Outreach 3.7
Coordinator 2.2
Convener/Mediator 2.1
Planner 1.7
n number reporting
53
Client Systems- Alumni/ae
2000-2007 N 4,916 2008 N 337 2009 N 192 2010 N 101 Overall N 5,546
Individual Clients 65.5 67.7 65.1 45.5 65.3
Family Clients 61.8 61.7 29.7 23.8 60.0
Group Clients 35.6 34.7 29.2 23.8 35.1
Organization Client 27.3 28.5 24.0 17.8 27.1
Community Clients 24.6 25.2 53.6 42.6 26.0
Other Client systems 2.8 2.7 n/a n/a 2.8
2008-2008 scores
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Income Level Most Represented by Clients-
Alumni/ae
Income Level 2000-2007 N 4,916 2008 N 337 2009 N 192 2010 N 101 Overall N 5,546
Poverty or Below 54.4 54.1 57.4 57.4 54.5
No Typical Income 24.6 18.7 24.1 20.4 24.2
Above Poverty and Below Middle Income 15.5 13.9 14.2 16.7 15.4
Middle Income or Above 5.6 6.1 4.3 5.6 5.6
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Professional Development During the Last
Year(Reported at Alumni/ae)
2000-2007 N 4,916 2008 N 337 2009 N 192 2010 N 101 Overall N 5,546
Mean of times used evaluation of client progress 14.66 14.96 16.27 -- 14.74
Mean of times used program evaluation 5.57 5.88 6.36 15.61 5.80
Mean of times used other research techniques 5.10 5.49 4.16 -- 5.09
Mean of professional workshops attended 4.88 4.78 4.55 3.74 4.84
Mean of professional conferences attended 2.35 2.34 2.70 1.23 2.34
2000-2009 results only
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Current Employment Information- Field of
Practice (2000-2009)
Overall Exit n 7,577 Overall Alumni/ae n 4,083
Corrections/Criminal Justice 23.1 Child Welfare/Child Protection 19.4
Child Welfare/Child Protection 14.6 Mental/Behavioral/CMH 15.4
Youth Services 8.4 Aging and Gerontological Social Work 10.9
Mental/Behavioral/CMH 7.1 Health/Medical 7.6
Aging and Gerontological Social Work 5.9 Family Service 7.5
n number of responses
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Current Employment Information 2010 Exit-Field
of Practice
2010 Exit n 623 Overall Exit (2000-2009) n 7,577
Crisis Intervention/Information Referral (5.9) Corrections/Criminal Justice 23.1
Mental/Behavioral Health or Community Mental Health (5.3) Child Welfare/Child Protection 14.6
Family Service (5.0) Youth Services 8.4
Child Welfare (4.5) Mental/Behavioral/CMH 7.1
Health/Medical Care (3.9) Aging and Gerontological Social Work 5.9
n number reporting
58
Current Employment Information 2010 Alumni/ae-
Field of Practice
2010 Alumni/ae n 101 Overall Alumni/ae (2000-2009) n 4,083
Child Welfare (12.9) Child Welfare/Child Protection 19.4
Aging/Gerontological Social Work (8.9) Mental/Behavioral/CMH 15.4
Mental/Behavioral Health (6.9) Aging and Gerontological Social Work 10.9
Health/Medical Care (5.9) Health/Medical 7.6
Developmental Disabilities (3.0) Family Service 7.5
n number reporting
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Mean Knowledge Scoresat Exit (2010)
BSW only BSW MSW Combined Test
Public 7.09 6.89 .131
Private- Denominational 7.71 --
Private- Non Denominational 7.15 --
Mean score on 9 point scale
t-test, N 394
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Mean Skill Scoresat Exit (2010)
BSW only BSW MSW Combined Test
Public 7.31 7.00 .014
Private- Denominational 7.92 --
Private- Non Denominational 7.33 --
Mean score on 9 point scale
t-test, N 398
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Mean Value Scoresat Exit (2010)
BSW only BSW MSW Combined Test
Public 8.20 8.13 .406
Private- Denominational 8.57 --
Private- Non Denominational 8.23 --
Mean score on 9 point scale
t-test, N 409
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Region ISoutheast Knowledge, Skills and Value
Scores by Deciles
Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia,
Florida, South Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee
63
Region 1 Public BSW Only Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 5.27 5.37 7.00
20 6.08 6.40 7.44
30 6.67 7.00 8.00
40 7.00 7.23 8.30
50 7.17 7.46 8.60
60 7.42 7.69 8.90
70 7.75 8.00 9.00
80 8.00 8.31 9.00
90 8.67 8.77 9.00
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Region 1 Public Combined Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 5.00 5.15 7.00
20 6.00 6.00 7.38
30 6.50 6.46 7.80
40 6.83 6.91 8.00
50 7.00 7.08 8.40
60 7.33 7.40 8.64
70 7.50 7.85 8.90
80 8.00 8.00 9.00
90 8.58 8.62 9.00
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Region 1 Private Denominational BSW Only Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 6.58 6.92 7.90
20 7.07 7.15 8.00
30 7.33 7.55 8.30
40 7.58 7.85 8.60
50 7.83 8.00 8.70
60 8.00 8.15 8.90
70 8.08 8.39 9.00
80 8.50 8.77 9.00
90 8.80 8.92 9.00
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Region 1 Private Non-Denominational BSW Only
Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 6.07 5.83 7.24
20 6.50 6.45 7.72
30 6.78 6.94 7.90
40 7.00 7.08 8.20
50 7.08 7.54 8.50
60 7.32 7.69 9.00
70 7.55 7.99 9.00
80 7.83 8.17 9.00
90 8.57 8.77 9.00
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Region VINortheast Knowledge, Skills and
Value Scores by Deciles
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine
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Region 6 Public BSW Only Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 5.65 5.76 5.90
20 6.40 6.97 7.50
30 7.05 7.08 8.00
40 7.23 7.25 8.40
50 7.33 7.54 8.50
60 7.42 7.77 8.60
70 7.92 8.05 8.70
80 8.00 8.43 9.00
90 8.67 8.88 9.00
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Region 6 Public Combined Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 5.98 5.86 7.00
20 6.47 6.60 7.62
30 6.75 6.88 7.90
40 7.00 7.00 8.00
50 7.00 7.15 8.20
60 7.33 7.42 8.50
70 7.55 7.66 8.70
80 8.00 8.11 9.00
90 8.30 9.00 9.00
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Region 6 Private Denominational BSW Only Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 7.33 7.62 8.00
20 7.68 8.00 8.30
30 7.98 8.00 8.60
40 8.00 8.23 9.00
50 8.21 8.39 9.00
60 8.73 8.63 9.00
70 8.75 8.92 9.00
80 8.92 9.00 9.00
90 9.00 9.00 9.00
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Region 6 Private Non Denominational BSW Only
Programs
Percentile Group Knowledge Skills Values
Percentile Group Mean Mean Mean
10 6.08 5.54 9.00
20 6.08 5.54 9.00
30 6.47 5.54 9.00
40 4.23 5.82 9.00
50 8.00 6.23 9.00
60 8.03 6.65 9.00
70 8.07 -- 9.00
80 -- -- 9.00
90 -- -- 9.00
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2009/2010Version 8
Participating Universities, Entering BSW
Delta State University
Dominican College
Ferris State University
Fort Hays State University
Jacksonville State University
LaSalle University
Lewis and Clark State College
Lock Haven University
Luther College
Middle Tennessee State University
Mississippi State University
Mount Mercy College
Colorado State University
Anderson University
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Participating Universities, Entering BSW
Auburn University
Azusa Pacific University
Bridgewater State College
California State University- Long Beach
Cedar Crest College
Philadelphia Biblical University
Plymouth State University
Ramapo College
Sacred Heart University
Saint Marys College
Salem State College
Slippery Rock University
University of Nebraska-Kearney
University of Northern Alabama
University of Texas- Arlington
University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh
Weber State University
74
Participating Universities, Entering BSW
Cedarville University
Cleveland State University
University of Central Missouri
Wichita State University
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Mean Raw Scores by Grade Level-2010
Grade Level BSW Entering BSW Exiting
N 367 197
Total Score (64) 31.31 37.51
Practice (13) 6.57 8.53
HBSE (10) 5.79 6.14
Policy (9) 3.87 4.46
Research (9) 3.41 4.20
Ethics (8) 3.98 5.20
Diversity (8) 3.84 4.46
Social Econ Justice (7) 3.84 4.52
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Mean Raw Scores by Grade Level-2010
Grade Level MSW Entering MSW Exiting Advanced Standing
N 64 14 40
Total Score (64) 39.84 50.07 42.15
Practice (13) 8.69 11.36 10.13
HBSE (10) 6.84 7.93 6.60
Policy (9) 4.55 6.86 4.97
Research (9) 5.20 6.79 4.75
Ethics (8) 4.80 5.07 5.65
Diversity (8) 4.94 6.29 5.10
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.83 5.79 4.95
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Domain Comparisons-2010
BSW Entering BSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 367 197
Total Score (64) 31.31 37.51 8.63 .000
Practice (13) 6.57 8.53 9.79 .000
HBSE (10) 5.79 6.14 2.20 .028
Policy (9) 3.87 4.46 3.78 .000
Research (9) 3.41 4.20 5.32 .000
Ethics (8) 3.98 5.20 9.11 .000
Diversity (8) 3.84 4.46 4.36 .000
Social Econ Justice (7) 3.84 4.52 4.80 .000
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Domain Comparisons-2010
MSW Entering MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 64 14
Total Score (64) 39.84 50.07 6.95 .000
Practice (13) 8.69 11.36 5.93 .000
HBSE (10) 6.84 7.93 2.95 .008
Policy (9) 4.55 6.86 6.36 .000
Research (9) 5.20 6.79 3.28 .002
Ethics (8) 4.80 5.07 0.70 .495
Diversity (8) 4.94 6.29 3.63 .001
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.83 5.79 2.81 .009
Domain Comparisons
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Domain Comparisons-2010
BSW Exiting MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 197 14
Total Score (64) 37.51 50.07 5.51 .000
Practice (13) 8.53 11.36 4.23 .000
HBSE (10) 6.14 7.93 5.23 .000
Policy (9) 4.46 6.86 4.81 .000
Research (9) 4.20 6.79 5.74 .000
Ethics (8) 5.20 5.07 0.37 .718
Diversity (8) 4.46 6.29 5.35 .000
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.52 5.79 4.20 .001
80
Domain Comparisons-2010
BSW Exiting Advanced Standing t-test p-value
N 197 40
Total Score (64) 37.51 42.15 3.33 .001
Practice (13) 8.53 10.13 3.84 .000
HBSE (10) 6.14 6.60 1.70 .091
Policy (9) 4.46 4.97 1.49 .143
Research (9) 4.20 4.75 2.09 .041
Ethics (8) 5.20 5.65 1.90 .062
Diversity (8) 4.46 5.10 2.35 .022
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.52 4.95 1.81 .075
81
Mean Raw Scores by Grade- Overall
Grade Level BSW Entering BSW Exiting
N 808 719
Total Score (64) 31.33 39.77
Practice (13) 6.75 9.24
HBSE (10) 5.65 6.51
Policy (9) 3.66 4.64
Research (9) 3.41 4.66
Ethics (8) 4.09 5.40
Diversity (8) 3.90 4.64
Social Econ Justice (7) 3.86 4.67
82
Mean Raw Scores by Grade- Overall
Grade Level MSW Entering MSW Exiting Advanced Standing
N 302 274 128
Total Score (64) 37.25 41.88 41.75
Practice (13) 8.46 9.59 9.80
HBSE (10) 6.13 6.81 6.62
Policy (9) 4.36 5.20 4.92
Research (9) 4.50 5.31 4.73
Ethics (8) 4.68 5.23 5.62
Diversity (8) 4.69 4.60 5.02
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.45 5.14 5.05
83
Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
BSW Entering BSW Exiting t-test p-value
808 719
Total Score (64) 31.33 39.77 21.51 .000
Practice (13) 6.75 9.24 22.75 .000
HBSE (10) 5.65 6.51 9.66 .000
Policy (9) 3.66 4.64 10.98 .000
Research (9) 3.41 4.66 14.22 .000
Ethics (8) 4.09 5.40 16.99 .000
Diversity (8) 3.90 4.64 9.05 .000
Social Econ Justice (7) 3.86 4.67 9.91 .000
84
Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
MSW Entering MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 302 274
Total Score (64) 37.25 41.88 7.32 .000
Practice (13) 8.46 9.59 6.81 .000
HBSE (10) 6.13 6.81 4.83 .000
Policy (9) 4.36 5.20 5.45 .000
Research (9) 4.50 5.31 5.27 .000
Ethics (8) 4.68 5.23 5.20 .000
Diversity (8) 4.69 4.60 0.58 .564
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.45 5.14 5.25 .000
85
Domain Comparisons- Version 8 Overall
BSW Exiting MSW Exiting t-test p-value
N 646 274
Total Score (64) 40.79 41.88 3.78 .000
Practice (13) 9.57 9.59 2.40 .017
HBSE (10) 6.58 6.81 2.49 .013
Policy (9) 4.78 5.20 4.29 .000
Research (9) 4.82 5.31 5.03 .000
Ethics (8) 5.52 5.23 1.79 .074
Diversity (8) 4.73 4.60 0.37 .709
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.79 5.14 4.24 .000
86
Domain Comparisons-Version 8 Overall
BSW Exiting Advanced Standing t-test p-value
N 646 128
Total Score (64) 40.79 41.75 2.76 .006
Practice (13) 9.57 9.80 2.70 .007
HBSE (10) 6.58 6.62 0.71 .477
Policy (9) 4.78 4.92 1.68 .095
Research (9) 4.82 4.73 0.41 .684
Ethics (8) 5.52 5.62 1.74 .084
Diversity (8) 4.73 5.02 2.57 .011
Social Econ Justice (7) 4.79 5.05 2.71 .007
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