As an approved program provider, Cornerstone University's Teacher Education Division offers 21 majors and minors for traditional undergraduate students. Among the public and private universities and colleges in the state of Michigan, Cornerstone ranks in the top 10 of Michigan colleges and universities that offer teacher preparation programs!
The Teacher Education program at Cornerstone is awarded TEAC accreditation by the Inquiry Brief Commission of Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) for a period of seven years—from October 2013 to October 2020.
The accreditation does not include individual education courses that the EPP offers to P-12 educators for professional development, re-licensure or other purposes.
The Educator Preparation Institution (EPI) Score Report is issued by the Michigan Department of Education and reflects three measures: (1) Michigan Tests for Teacher Certification (MTTC) content/subject area tests; (2) survey data collected from candidates and university supervisors; and (3) teacher effectiveness ratings for program completers.
- 2017 Educator Preparation Institution Score Report
- 2016 Educator Preparation Institution Score Report
- 2015 Educator Preparation Institution Score Report
- 2014 Educator Preparation Institution Score Report
Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) pass rates reflect the percentage of candidates who take and successfully pass the subject-area test for their endorsement programs. Aggregated three-year reports provide the most reliable results profile.
- 2014-17 Michigan Test for Teacher Certification Results
- 2013-16 Michigan Test for Teacher Certification Results
- 2014-15 Michigan Test for Teacher Certification Results
- 2013-14 Michigan Test for Teacher Certification Results
Percentages reflect graduation rates for four-year cohort groups that include first-time, full-time students accepted into the Teacher Education program.
Impact on PK-12 Learning
Through an ongoing improvement and accreditation process, Cornerstone's Teacher Education Division is working to develop its ability to show program impact on P-12 students through analyzing surveys and Michigan Department of Education data. Preliminary results will be available in spring 2019.
Class of 2017
Percentages based on a 98% response rates of all graduates within six months of graduation.
Class of 2016
Percentages based on a 93% response rate of all graduates within six months of graduation.
Class of 2015
Percentages based on a 73% response rate of all graduates within six months of graduation.