Employment in Ohio Public Schools

Employment in Ohio Public Schools: Employment, license, and teacher value added data of Miami University graduates were obtained from the Ohio Department of Higher Education Metrics Reporting System (i.e., metrics data) and used to conduct this analysis. With consideration of incompleteness of metrics data, only employment data in school year 2015–2016, 2016–2017, and 2017–2018, teacher resident educator (RE) and principal license data in effective years 2015, 2016, and 2017 and teacher value-added data in school year 2016–2017 and 2017–2018 were used. Since teacher license data can be publicly accessed through Ohio Department of Education (ODE) website (i.e., ODE staff data), we pulled out Miami graduates’ license data in effective years 2012–2014 from the ODE staff data by using the list of teachers from metrics by license effective year.

Employment by License

Miami Students Employed in Ohio with Resident Educator License by License Effective Year and License Type, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018

License Effective Year - 2015
(N-296)
% Employed in 2015-2016 % Employed in 2016-2017 % Employed in 2017-2018

Early Childhood (P-3) 

41%

50%

57%

Middle Childhood (4-9)

50%

60%

54%

Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12)

37% 55% 56%

Multi Age (P-12)

53% 55% 58%
Intervention Specialist (K-12) 51% 56% 58%
Total 45% 54% 57%
License Effective Year - 2016
(N-288)
% Employed in 2015-2016 % Employed in 2016-2017 % Employed in 2017-2018

Early Childhood (P-3) 

-

44%

55%

Middle Childhood (4-9)

-

63%

71%

Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12)

- 54% 60%

Multi Age (P-12)

- 49% 54%
Intervention Specialist (K-12) - 66% 80%
Total - 53% 62%
License Effective Year - 2017
(N-293)
% Employed in 2015-2016 % Employed in 2016-2017 % Employed in 2017-2018

Early Childhood (P-3) 

-

-

45%

Middle Childhood (4-9)

-

-

59%

Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12)

- - 45%

Multi Age (P-12)

- - 34%
Intervention Specialist (K-12) - - 59%
Total 45% 54% 48%
Note: Data in this table reflect the number of educator licenses not the number of educators. Educators may hold more than one valid license.

Employment by District Setting

District Setting of Miami Students Employed in Ohio with Resident Educator Licenses by License Effective Year, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018

Rural District Setting
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

13 11%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

17 12%

18

13%

-

-

2017-2018

15 10% 15 9% 14 11%
Small Town District Setting
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

13 11%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

13 9%

15

11%

-

-

2017-2018

12 8% 19 12% 13 10%
Suburban District Setting
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

47 39%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

54 37%

58

41%

48

38%

2017-2018

69 45% 65 40% - -
Urban District Setting
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

49 40%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

61 42%

51

36%

-

-

2017-2018

57 37% 62 39% 53 41%
TOTALS: District Setting
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

122 100%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

145 100%

142

100%

-

-

2017-2018

153 100% 161 100% 128 100%
Note: Data in this table reflect the number of educator licenses not the number of educators. Educators may hold more than one valid license.

Employment by Region

Employment Region Clusters in Ohio of Miami Students Employed in Ohio with Resident Educator Licenses by License Effective Year, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018

Northwest Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

3 2%

-

-

- - 3

2016-2017

3 2%

10

7%

-

-

13

2017-2018

3 2% 9 6% 4 3% 16
Northeast Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

6 5%

-

-

- - 6

2016-2017

7 5%

5

4%

-

-

12

2017-2018

7 5% 8 5% 5 4% 20
Central-west Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

16 13%

-

-

- - 16

2016-2017

21 14%

14

10%

-

-

35

2017-2018

22 14% 15 9% 17 13% 54
Central Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

12 10%

-

-

- - 12

2016-2017

16 11%

17

12%

-

-

33

2017-2018

17 11% 24 15% 10 8% 51
Central-east Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

1 1%

-

-

- - 1

2016-2017

1 1%

0

0%

-

-

1

2017-2018

0 0% 0 0% 1 1% 1
Southwest Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

84 69%

-

-

- - 84

2016-2017

97 67%

94

66%

-

-

1191

2017-2018

105 68% 103 64% 92 71% 300
Southeast Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

0 0%

-

-

- - 0

2016-2017

0 0%

2

1%

-

-

2

2017-2018

0 0% 2 1% 0 0% 2
TOTAL Ohio District Region Cluster
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293 Total

 

n %

n

% n % N

2015-2016

122 100%

-

-

- - 122

2016-2017

145 100%

142

100%

-

-

287

2017-2018

154 100% 161 100% 129 100% 444
Note. Data in this table reflect the number of educator licenses not the number of educators. Educators may hold more than one valid license.

Employment by High-Need Building

Miami Students Employed in Ohio Schools with Resident Educator Licenses by License Effective Year, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018

High Need Building
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

60 50%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

77 49%

67

46%

-

-

2017-2018

75 46% 79 47% 63 46%

 

Total
2015: Number of Licenses Obtained: 296 2016: Number of Licenses Obtained: 288 2017: Number of Licenses Obtained: 293

 

n %

n

% n %

2015-2016

121 100%

-

-

- -

2016-2017

156 100%

147

100%

-

-

2017-2018

163 100% 168 100% 137 100%
Note. High-need schools were defined as (1) elementary schools with no less than 60 percent of students who were considered economically disadvantaged; and (2) all other types of schools with no less than 45 percent of students who were considered as economically disadvantaged. Data in this table reflect the number of educator licenses and positions at school level not the number of educators. Educators may hold more than one valid license and/or be employed in multiple schools.