In FY 18-19 T.E.A.C.H. participants made significant progress toward completing degrees while continuing to work in the field. That progress is highlighted in detail on page 4 of this report, while the information below provides an overview of the year’s activities.
A look at the overall data from FY 18-19 shows that T.E.A.C.H. participants are making gains in education, compensation and retention far beyond what the scholarship program requires.
- Education: participants earn substantially more credits than the minimum required and maintain high GPAs during their participation in the program.
- Compensation: participants receive increases in earnings that exceed the minimum 4% that is required.
- Retention: participants stay with their programs longer than the required commitment period as a result of increased earnings and job satisfaction.