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2011-2013 OBJECTIVES OUTCOMES 2013-2015 Objectives
At least six participants will be recruited, selected, and enrolled in the program during the two year project period

 17 total participants in EORO: 

-14 graduates

-1 withdraw, 1 transfer

-1 graduating in 2014

(**NEW)

-12 participants will be recruited, selected, and enrolled in the program during the two-year project

- 4 mentors will be recruited and will support EORO participants

80 percent of participants will complete the program and gain licensure within two years of admission

 -6 of the 17 are transitional licensures currently teaching in the Hamilton County School System

-Between 2010 and 2013: 14 out of 17 (82.4 percent) will have completed the program and gained licensure within two years of admission 

80 percent of participants will complete the program and gain licensure within two years of admission

80 percent of participants will pass the PRAXIS I (if applicable) and PRAXIS II examinations within one year  Between 2010 and 2013: 100 percent of EORO scholars passed their PRAXIS II examinations 80 percent of participants will pass the PRAXIS I (if applicable) and PRAXIS II exams within a year
80 percent of participants will be retained each year Between 2010 and 2012: 88.2 percent retention rate 80 percent of participants will be retained each year
80 percent of students will meet academic standards to continue in the program each semester 94 percent of participants met academic standards 80 percent of participants will meet academic standards to continue in the program each semester
80 percent of participants will be accepted into the Teacher Education Program at the UTC School of Education 94 percent were accepted into UTC's Teacher Education Program 80 percent of participants will be accepted into the Teacher Education program at the UTC School of Education
90 percent of those that complete the program will be placed in K-12 classrooms and will demonstrate effective teaching strategies 100 percent of EORO scholars that completed the program have been placed in K-12 classrooms and are demonstrating effective teaching strategies 90 percent of those that complete the program will be placed in K-12 classrooms and will demonstrate effective teaching strategies
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