Education - Title II Reports

In October 1998, Congress voiced its concern for the quality of teacher preparation by enacting Title II of the Higher Education Act (HEA). Title II includes new accountability measures in the form of new reporting requirements for institutions and states on teacher preparation and licensing. Section 207 of Title II requires the annual preparation and submission of three reports on teacher preparation and licensing. They include a report from the institutions to the state, a second one from the state to the Secretary of Education, and a third for the Secretary to give Congress and the public. These reports must be submitted annually.

The report consisted of the passing and failure rates of students who have completed their teacher preparation program at Cameron and have taken the Oklahoma Teacher Certification Examinations. The Oklahoma law requires that teacher candidates entering the teaching profession receive an initial license only after passing the following exams:

  • OGET - the Oklahoma General Education Test
  • OSAT - The Oklahoma Subject Area Test
  • OPTE - The Oklahoma Professional Teaching Examination

For more information you can visit the Title II links Page.

Title II Summary

2008-2009-summary.pdf 2008-2009-summary.pdf
2007-2008-summary.pdf 2007-2008-summary.pdf
2006-2007-summary.pdf 2006-2007-summary.pdf
2005-2006-summary.pdf 2005-2006-summary.pdf
2004-2005-summary.pdf 2004-2005-summary.pdf
2003-2004-summary.pdf 2003-2004-summary.pdf
2002-2003-summary.pdf 2002-2003-summary.pdf

Contact Information

Nance Boyer, Room 1078
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505
580.581.2320 Voice
580.581.2865 Fax