2019-2020 Educator Preparation
The Ohio State University Educator Preparation Programs collaborate with district and community partners to develop high-quality educators. This partnership fulfills an essential element in preparing future educators and leaders, resulting in meaningful professional experiences in diverse educational settings.
This snapshot details how educator preparation programs engage with Ohio communities and align with the mission and goals of the university and state. The information provided represents Ohio State’s Educator Preparation Programs during the 2019-2020 academic year from the colleges of: Arts and Sciences; Education and Human Ecology; Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; Nursing; and Social Work.
Total hours contributed
Internship and Practicum hours
Student Teaching hours
With campuses located across the state, Ohio State ensures that students collaborate in a variety of places, including in rural and urban communities.
Placements during the academic year
845 placements in 28 urban districts
767 placements in 12 suburban districts
261 placements in 51 small town districts
159 placements in 41 rural districts
Ohio public schools
Ohio public districts
Inclusive and Diverse Placements
All Ohio State initial teacher licensure students who graduated in 2019-2020 gained experience in at least one, often more, inclusive and diverse school environments throughout their program.
At least 1 placement in a diverse/inclusive learning environment
At least one placement in an economically disadvantaged district
At least one placement with P-12 special needs students
At least one placement in a racially diverse district
At least one placement with English learners
Completed four placements in inclusive learning environments.