Description of Report
By Primary Language
Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure®
Annual Summary of Candidate Passing Rates by Test: Cumulative
For All Candidates and by Gender, Ethnicity, and Primary Language
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Data presented in this report are for MTEL tests administered during the program year indicated in the header of the following pages of the report.
This report presents the percent of candidates (i.e., test takers) who passed the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure on their initial or subsequent attempt(s). The percent passing is based on each candidate's best attempt during the program year.
This report includes, for the state and by gender, ethnicity, and primary language:
Candidate passing status on an individual test or subtest is based on a compensatory scoring model in which higher scores on one section of the test may compensate for lower scores on another section of the test.
Data are supplied for all test fields for all test takers. Candidates are reported only once for each field in which they have tested.
Within reporting category, data are provided for each response option (e.g., male, female) for which ten or more candidates have tested in the field in the program year. Results based on fewer than ten candidates are not included in this report to protect confidentiality of scores of individual candidates; in this case the percent passing (% Pass) is designated as "- -".
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Last Updated: February 9, 2022
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