TABLE 3-7

DISTRIBUTION BY ENDORSEMENT OF PERSONS
COMPLETING INITIAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR
THE COLLEGIATE PROFESSIONAL OR
ADVANCED LICENSE, 1997-98

INITIAL ENDORSEMENT JMU GRADUATE OTHER TOTAL

COLLEGIATE PROFESSIONAL

X X X

Elementary & Middle School

X X X

Early Childhood, NK-3

78

8

86

Middle School, Grades 4-8

29

11

40

Secondary

x x x

Biology

3

1

4

Business & Marketing Education

2

2

4

Chemistry

0

0

0

Earth Science

1

1

2

English

17

3

20

Economics

0

0

0

French

4

1

5

Geography

0

0

0

History

13

1

14

Journalism

0

0

0

Mathematics

3

2

5

Political Science/Government

0

0

0

Russian

0

0

0

Social Science

9

2

11

Spanish

2

0

2

Speech Communication

1

0

1

Theatre Arts

0

0

0

K-12 Programs

x x x

Art

9

3

12

Music

31

1

32

Physical Education

2

0

2

Health & Physical Education

9

1

10

Health

1

0

1

Special Education

x x x

Early Childhood Special Education

9

0

9

Emotionally Disturbed

7

1

8

Emotionally Dis., Learning Dis., & Mental Retardation

35

1

36

Learning Disabilities

2

0

2

Mental Retardation & Learning Disabilities

1

0

1

TOTAL COLLEGIATE PROFESSIONAL

268

39

307

X X X X
ADVANCED X X X

Elementary & Middle School

X X X

Early Childhood

6

0

6

Elementary

0

0

0

Middle Education

22

0

22

Music

0

0

0

Secondary

X X X

Secondary

6

0

6

Special Education

X X X

Hearing Impaired

6

0

6

Speech/Language Disorders

33

0

33

School Services

X X X

Library Media

13

0

13

Principal

9

0

9

School Counselor

5

0

5

School Psychologist

9

0

9

School Counseling & Psychology

0

0

0

Additional Programs

X X X

Reading Specialist

1

0

1

TOTAL ADVANCED

110

0

110

GRAND TOTAL

378

39

417


NOTE:

Period July 1 through June 30.  JMU Graduate includes students who graduated during 1997-98.  Other includes students who received a bachelor's or master's degree prior to 1997-98 and enrolled or re-enrolled at JMU to become certified in a particular field.

SOURCE:

JMU Office of Teacher Education Services.

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