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Consumer Information Disclosures
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Higher Education Report Card
The Higher Education Report Card is a federal requirement of Title II for all colleges and universities offering teacher preparation. The University of Mount Union is proud to announce that in the eleventh year of reporting, the 2009-2010 academic class of new teachers met the statewide pass rate in the summary total of PRAXIS II tests in which the University prepares teachers. This information will continue to serve as a benchmark as the University continues to build upon its rich tradition of preparing new educators.