Unit Governance & Resources
The unit has the leadership, authority, budget, personnel, facilities, and resources, including information technology resources, for the preparation of candidates to meet professional, state, and institutional standards.
6.4.a – Policies, procedures, and practices, for governance and operations of the unit.
6.4.b – Organizational chart and/or description of the unit governance structure and its relationship to institutional governance structure.
6.4.b.1 Institutional Organizational Chart
6.4.b.2 Division of Education Organizational Chart
6.4.b.3 Past and Current Five-year Goals
6.4.b.4 Content Faculty Meetings for PERCA
6.4.b.5 Academic Program Review Process and Procedures
6.4.b.6 Curriculum Minutes
6.4.c – Policies, procedures, and practices for candidates services such as counseling and advising.
6.4.d – Policies, procedures, and practices for candidate recruitment and admission, and accessibility to candidates and the education community.
6.4.d.1 Website Access to Program Admission Information
6.4.d.2 Application and Admission Information Meetings
6.4.d.3 Academic Panel Information
6.4.d.4 Other Institutional and Donor Scholarships
6.4.d.5 Teacher of the Year
6.4.e – Academic calendars, catalogs, unit publications, grading policies, and unit advertising
6.4.f – Unit budget, with provisions for assessment, technology, professional development, and support for off-campus, distance learning, and alternative route programs when applicable.
6.4.f.1 Fiscal Year 15 Budget Sheets
6.4.f.2 Elementary Education RAR Report
6.4.g – Budgets of comparable units with clinical components on campus or similar units at other campuses.
6.4.g.1 Comparable Budget_Gustavus
6.4.g.2 Comparable Budget_U of MN, Duluth_Education
6.4.g.3 Comparable Budget_U of MN Crookston_College of Liberal Arts & Education
6.4.g.4 UMM Financial Information
6.4.g.5 Library Allocations
6.4.g.6 Student Teaching Budget
6.4.h – Policies, procedures, and practices for faculty workload and summary of faculty workload.
6.4.h.1 Faculty Workload
6.4.h.2 Administrative Assistant Job Descriptions
6.4.h.3 Workload, Compensation, and Job Title Chart
Professional Development: MACTE, FREF, Out-of-State Travel, Diversity Training
6.4.i – Policies, procedures, and practices to ensure that all candidates have access to physical and/or virtual classrooms, computer labs, curriculum resources, and library resources that support teaching and learning.
6.4.j – Policies, procedures, and practices to ensure that all candidates have access to distance learning including support services and resources, if applicable.