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gWilkie@highlands.com

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Evaluation system
Posted: Apr 6, 2011 12:06 AM
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From: Grace Wilkie

Re: Evaluation system



>From the Board of Regents meeting April 4, 2011



The Regents Advisory Task Force on Teacher and Principal Effectiveness today
submitted to the Board of Regents a comprehensive report containing
recommendations for implementing a teacher and principal performance
evaluation system in New York State.



The Board of Regents reviewed and discussed these recommendations at their
meeting today, and are expected to adopt implementing regulations later this
Spring.



The composite score will be determined as follows:



· 20% -- student growth on state assessments or a comparable
measure of student growth (increased to 25% upon implementation of a
value-added growth model);

· 20% -- locally-selected measures of student achievement
that are determined to be rigorous and comparable across classrooms
(decreased to 15% upon implementation of a value-added growth model; and

· 60% -- other measures of teacher/principal effectiveness

2011-2012 School Year ? New performance evaluation system takes effect for
classroom teachers of common branch subjects, ELA or math in grades 4 - 8
along with their respective building principals

2012-2013 School Year ? New performance evaluation system goes into effect
for all teachers and building principals

At the conclusion of the meeting the Board of Regents directed Department
staff to proceed with drafting regulations to reflect the day?s
conversation. Those draft regulations would be brought before the Board at
their May meeting.



A copy of the Report is available at the following web address: (Be prepared
the report is 113 pages long.)



http://www.regents.nysed.gov/meetings/2011Meetings/April2011/RegentsTaskforceonTeacherandPrincipalEffectiveness.pdf



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